Paul McCartney, Sting Are on Zac Brown Band’s Collaborator Bucket List

ZBB also reveals dream festival lineup of musical acts, living or dead.

The Zac Brown Band has made incredible inroads into the rock/pop worlds, having already collaborated with Elton John, James Taylor and others.

So who's left on the group's bucket list of artists to jam with?

The guys revealed the answers to Absolute Radio backstage at an outdoor festival in London Sunday (June 30).

On the list: Sting (they met him at the Grammys), Paul McCartney and rocker Dave Grohl.

Now, the Zac Brown Band does have a way of making its dreams happen, including selling out Madison Square Garden, so don’t be surprised to see Sting onstage with the country rockers.

And since ZBB is at an outdoor festival, guys, who would be your top three headliners—living or dead—at your dream festival?

The answers: Jimi Hendrix, a Beatles reunion and Pink Floyd.

While Jimi might be a tall order for any band, ZBB has definitely assembled an exciting, diverse lineup for its own 3rd Annual Southern Ground Music & Food Festival in Charleston, S.C., Oct. 19–20. Playing headlining sets along with ZBB are Willie Nelson & Family, Band of Horses, The Head & The Heart, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, Dawes, and Kacey Musgraves, in addition to appearances from Natalie Maines, Fitz and The Tantrums, Blackberry Smoke, The Wood Brothers, Holly Williams and others.

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