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After a difficult year, Zac Brown Band evolves in a more positive headspace.

the leader Zac Brun reveals he ended up borrowing money last year to help support his family on tour after having to cancel The Owl Tour in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. “Everyone supported me for many years before that, so I had to step in and find a way to borrow enough to help everyone survive, but we did and we are trying to get out of the hole right now. Zac explains.

As his financial situation improves, so does his mental state. Part of that positive mentality stems from getting back on the road, with the Grammy-winning group crossing the country on the Comeback tour throughout the year.

Zac says he is moving forward and focusing on creativity, noting that while the time spent at home with his family has been beneficial, he is delighted to be focusing on his passion for music again. The group is currently celebrating their new # 1 single, “Same Boat”, featured on their latest album, The return, who debuted in the top five of the Billboard Top country albums in October.

“I haven’t been in such a free space where I have all my creativity and good things. The house is peaceful and big and just ready to go. It’s not really hard work when you like what you do, ”he describes. “But we had a great break and we had a lot of prospects and we’re back and excited.”

ZBB will play the New Years Eve: Nashville Big Bash, Airs on CBS on December 31 at 8 p.m. ET.

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