is an acclaimed, award-winning songwriter/producer whose songs have been featured on numerous albums in almost every genre. As the former frontman of The Nixons, who released three albums on MCA/Universal Records, including the chart topping single”Sister,” which eventually crossed over to Top-40.
Since then, Zac moved on to sign a publishing deal with Sony/ATV where one of his first cuts “Used To” by Daughtry reached incredible six-times platinum worldwide. This opened the door for Zac to score a variety of #1 singles including Carrie Underwood’s “Temporary Home,” and Skillet’s “American Noise.” And won a Dove Award for best rock song with “Good To Be Alive” by Skillet. Zac is currently signed to Warner Chappell and has written/produced over a hundred songs with artists such as; Tim McGraw, Blake Shelton, Halestorm, 3 Doors Down, Jake Owen, David Cook and many more.