Updated: Jan 10, 2022
Our porch is ready and waiting just for you! Join us as Chris and Zach play their unique sounds and take us on a tour with their vocals.
All the hens are cluckin'. Born a drummer, labeled a guitarist, then shaken up and stirred into a conversation of prominent songwriters. Yeah, he's been in 25+ bands playing everything from steel drums to Germany. But these days, all that matters is the song. Still playing guitar for anybody who will pay him, but with a sharp focus on the future of music. Rasco says "if it ain't honky tonkin', I don't care".
Zach Aaron- writes songs, rides broncs, enjoys sarcasm and cold beer.
His résumé is long and varied, but there's a common thread of honest, straightforward, blue-collar work that strings the various jobs together: construction, a stint in the Air Force, fence building, oil-field roughnecking, custom leatherworking.
You could say the same about the list of influences that seem to inform his songwriting. There are plenty of precursors you can pick out, and more than a few of them come from the grand tradition of storytelling Lone Star troubadours. A turn of phrase might remind you of Ray Wylie Hubbard, Townes Van Zandt, Guy Clark, or Steve Earle. His vocal delivery might variously bring to mind Billy Joe Shaver, Hayes Carll, or James McMurtry. Source: CowboysandIndians.com