The band’s Aug 8th stop extends their own record and the venue’s record
Multi-platinum, GRAMMY Award-winning Zac Brown Band has officially broken their own record of most consecutive sold out concerts at Boston’s iconic Fenway Park, bringing their total tally up to 12. After waiting in the bullpen for 15 months, Zac Brown Band made their triumphant return to the legendary ballpark with a toe-tapping set-list that included new releases and old favorites on Sunday, August 8th as a part of their eagerly awaited The Comeback Tour. Zac Brown Band previously held the Fenway Park venue record of 11 consecutive sellout concerts after back-to-back shows in 2019 during The Owl Tour.
With The Comeback Tour underway, Zac Brown Band is celebrating the collective resilience of our community, giving fans an opportunity to stage their comeback. This summer, Zac Brown Band has dazzled audiences with the release of five new tracks that are deeply rooted in their iconic, original southern rock sound. The highly anticipated single, “Same Boat,” marked the band’s first song with their new record label, Warner Music Nashville/Home Grown Music, and was recorded at the renowned Southern Ground Nashville studio. The clap-along arrangements feature contributions from the entire band, with melodic vocal harmonies, brisk percussion, and the lively violin.
Soon after, the band followed up with backcountry anthem “Out In The Middle,” amalgam song-about-songs “Old Love Song,” and dual storytelling singles: “Stubborn Pride (feat. Marcus King)” and “Paradise Lost on Me.”