For most, losing your voice is just an inconvenience, but when you're a country artist who's just kicked off a nationwide tour, it's a much bigger deal. The Zac Brown Band had to cancel a recent show in Indiana because frontman Zac Brown couldn't talk or sing.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on Saturday (April 18) was indeed rocking, and Zac Brown contributed to the night by covering the Paul Butterfield Blues Band's "Born in Chicago" with Tom Morello.
Zac Brown isn't shy about admitting that he's a fan of rock music. The singer says that a lot of rock music has influenced the Zac Brown Band's albums, but as a songwriter, he remains rooted in country.
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