Zac Brown Band’s New Album ‘JEKYLL + HYDE’ Out April 28, North American Stadium Tour Kicks Off May 1 in Nashville

Zac Brown Band’s forthcoming album ‘JEKYLL + HYDE’ will be out April 28, 2015, on Southern Ground/John Varvatos Records/Big Machine Label Group/Republic Records. The band will premiere new music from the album this weekend during their first performance on Saturday Night Live.

Describing the album’s direction, Zac told Rolling Stone earlier this year that it will have “things that people will expect and things that they won’t.” Digital pre-orders will include immediate downloads of “Homegrown”, “Dress Blues” and “Heavy Is the Head (feat. Chris Cornell)” at select partners. “Homegrown” — the band’s highest chart debut, which is bulleted at #10 on country radio this week — has earned massive fan support and early praise for its “rock feel” (Country Weekly) and “intricately arranged vocal harmonies” (Billboard); “Dress Blues”, written by Jason Isbell, is a somber and stirring tribute to members of the military who have been killed in service; and “Heavy Is the Head”, which features Chris Cornell, the multi GRAMMY-winning singer/songwriter and legendary frontman for pioneering rock bands Soundgarden, Audioslave and Temple of the Dog, makes its world premiere this Friday, March 6th, on iHeartRadio’s Mainstream and Active Rock station. The album also features a collaboration with Sara Bareilles.

‘JEKYLL + HYDE’ physical copies are available for pre-order now at:

‘JEKYLL + HYDE’ follows Zac Brown Band’s three platinum-selling albums, ‘Uncaged’, ‘You Get What You Give’, and ‘The Foundation’, and their 2013 project ‘The Grohl Sessions Vol. 1’, which have together sold over seven million copies, produced a historic series of eleven #1 hit singles and earned three GRAMMYs.

During release week, the band kicks off their North American stadium tour in Nashville, and throughout the summer returns for headlining shows at Fenway Park, Wrigley Field and Citi Field, in addition to several new baseball stadiums, and festivals including Hangout Music Festival and Summerfest.

Ticket pre-sale for Zac Brown Band fan-club members is available for select dates starting March 10th; for all fan club information visit Tickets for the general public go on sale starting March 13th; for ticket information visit Additional travel packages will also be available for the MLB Stadium shows via CID Entertainment

Zac Brown Band is: singer/guitarist Zac Brown, violinist/singer Jimmy De Martini, multi-instrumentalist/singer John Driskell Hopkins, guitarist/organist Coy Bowles, multi-instrumentalist/singer Clay Cook, drummer Chris Fryar, percussionist Daniel de los Reyes and bassist Matt Mangano.


1. Beautiful Drug
2. Loving You Easy
3. Remedy
4. Homegrown
5. Mango Tree (feat. Sara Bareilles)
6. Heavy Is the Head (feat. Chris Cornell)
7. Bittersweet
8. Castaway
9. Tomorrow Never Comes
10. One Day
11. Dress Blues
12. Young and Wild
13. Junkyard
14. I’ll Be Your Man (Song for a Daughter)
15. Wildfire
16. Tomorrow Never Comes (Acoustic Version)


• May 1 / Nashville, TN / Bridgestone Arena
• May 7 / Raleigh, NC / Walnut Creek Amphitheatre
• May 8 / Alpharetta, GA / Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park
• May 9 / Alpharetta, GA / Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park
• May 16 / Gulf Shores, AL / Hangout Music Festival
• May 21 / Maryland Heights, MO / Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
• May 22 / Cincinnati, OH / PNC Pavilion at Riverbend Music Center
• May 23 / Cuyahoga Falls, OH / Blossom Music Center
• May 24 / Burgettstown, PA / First Niagara Pavilion
• June 4 / Charlotte, NC / PNC Music Pavilion
• June 5 / Virginia Beach, VA / Farm Bureau Live at Virginia Beach
• June 6 / Hartford, CT / XFINITY Theatre
• June 7 / Bangor, ME / Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion
• June 13 / Jacksonville, FL / Florida County Superfest
• June 27 / Ozark, AR / Thunder on the Mountain Festival
• June 28 / Milwaukee, WI / Summerfest
• July 3 / Denver, CO / Coors Field
• July 9 / Salt Lake City, UT / USANA Amphitheatre
• July 10 / Boise, ID / Taco Bell Arena
• July 11 / George, WA / Gorge Amphitheatre
• July 12 / Ridgefield, WA / Amphitheater Northwest
• August 6 / Darien Center, NY / Darien Lake Performing Arts Center
• August 7 / Boston, MA / Fenway Park
• August 8 / Boston, MA / Fenway Park
• August 14 / Washington, DC / Nationals Park
• August 15 / Philadelphia, PA / Citizens Bank Park
• August 21 / Flushing, NY / Citi Field
• August 23 / Bethel, NY / Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
• September 3 / Toronto, ON / Molson Canadian Amphitheatre
• September 6 / Saratoga Springs, NY / Saratoga Performing Arts Center
• September 11 / Chicago, IL / Wrigley Field
• September 12 / Detroit, MI / Comerica Park
• September 19 / Del Mar, CA / Kaaboo Music & Arts Festival