Zach Bryan Bids $4,000 On His Own Signed ‘DeAnn’ Vinyl At Cancer Fundraiser And Gives It To A Fan

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Zach Bryan made one lucky fans day over the weekend.

On Saturday, he attended a fundraiser in Copan, Oklahoma that commemorated the end of his dad Dewayne Bryan’s walk from Claremore to Copan, in order to raise money for two Bartlesville nonprofits that support cancer patients.

Dewayne started this walk in 2021 to support a teacher in Texas who had cancer, and he has continued to expand over the last several years in terms of the charity’s he supports.

The money raised goes towards supporting Hopestone Cancer Support Center and Paths to Independence, and during a BBQ and auction to continue raising money after the walk was over on Saturday, Zach bid $4,000 on a signed DeAnn vinyl, and he won it.

Of course, I don’t think he needed a copy of his own album, but he decided to find a lucky fan out in the crowd to give it to.

During the bidding, you can hear Zach shout:

“It’s not worth it!”

I’m guessing that was an attempt to defer anyone else from bidding on the record, although, I’m sure the fan that received it would beg to differ…

Pretty classy move from one of the biggest superstars in country music:

@kurtscountrymusic The kindest man I’ve ever met #zachbryan #countrymusic #americana #cancersucks #copan #dadsgarage ♬ Smaller Acts – Zach Bryan

And speaking of Zach, he was recently nominated for several 2024 GRAMMY Awards, including two for his duet with Kacey Musgraves on “I Remember Everything.”

You can see the full list of nominees HERE.

“I Remember Everything”

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock