That’s a crowd alright…
I think anyone with have a brain can see that Zach Bryan is a superstar in the making. In fact, Charles Wesley Godwin went as far as to compare his rabid fanbase to Beatle Mania.
Either way, you can’t argue that his story isn’t one of the most compelling in all of music right now. I mean, the guy hasn’t even dropped a true studio album yet…
His debut studio project, American Heartbreak, is set to drop on May 20th, and while we’ve heard some some of the material the massive 33-song tracklist, he’s officially released three of them… “From Austin,” “Highway Boys,” and just this past Friday, two versions of “Something In The Orange.”
And then, he took ’em to the Auburn Rodeo and blew the metaphorical roof off.
I mean, listen to the crowd, right as the sun was setting… couldn’t be more fitting:
Needless to say, Zach is having the time of his life:
Check out the newly-released album version produced by Ryan Hadlock at Bear Creek Studio in Washington State.
And the Z & E Version, produced by Eddie Spear and recorded at Electric Lady Studio in New York City.