I'm excited to announce my return to Chicago for a performance at Uncommon Ground on Clark, March 22! And even better - The show will be recorded as a live album.
LIVE ALBUM RECORDING /
CHICAGO / Uncommon Ground on Clark
3.22.14 / 10pm
All in attendance will receive a free download of the performance once the album is mixed and finished. Uncommon Ground has a fantastic live music room, and seating is very limited. Reserve your table today by calling 773-929-3680.
Happy to have Indianapolis native and now fellow Nashville transplant, Joel Levi in support as well. Joel is a good friend of mine I met since I moved from Milwaukee last November. Watch the video for his song It's Easy To Be Alone at the link below.
See you again soon, Chicago.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9X2ga54m30E
Chicago - 3.22.14
Official announcement/details coming soon.
ZSN email subscribers hear it first.
Announcing my first big performance of the year, to be held at Mercy Lounge here in Nashville as part of the Billy Block show on January 28. Not only is this a great venue and a show that's been running for 17+ years, I will be debuting my new live band as well. AND, The Billy Block show is broadcasted live every week! Click the top banner on the night of the show to tune in. The link can also be found below.
The Billy Block Show
Tuesday, January 28
7PM (ZS 9:30)
Mercy Lounge - Nashville, TN
+EVERYWHERE via USTREAM
$5 at the door
Happy New Year, y'all. I'm back at it now at my Nashville home after a wonderful stay in Wisconsin with family and friends. Happy to be out of the frigid temps, although it's not exactly cozy here tonight either...
Just wanted to send a quick note of thanks for a really solid 2013. I'm wasting no time with picking up where I left off, and I'm excited for my new plans and ideas for this year. Let's stay connected however we can. And as always, right here at zachsteinbach.com.
Click to stream Waiting in its entirety and purchase the album at the price of your choice.
With the Autumn of 2006 came the meeting of Zach Steinbach and drummer Frank Babeck. The two began arranging and recording a few songs Zach had written, and quickly the dream of forming a band was born. Lead guitarist Dave Streese and bassist Dana Nielsen rounded out the positions, and rock/pop band The Color Truth was made official one year later. The quartet would go on to record and release two EPs and perform at many fine clubs and venues including Milwaukee's own Summerfest, Shank Hall, and Historic Turner Hall Ballroom. The Color Truth performed for the final time in August of 2010.
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