Zac Brown Plays Different Set Every Night

Zac Brown Band

The Zac Brown Band plays its first headlining show at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on Wednesday night (Dec. 29), and fans can expect a different show than the night before.

Leader Zac Brown tells The Tennessean that he'll never use the same set lists and video cues you might find when other acts start touring arenas. "It's not in my nature," Zac tells the newspaper. "The worst thing for me as an artist is having to dance for somebody by trying to be anything that I'm not.

"Sometimes, business people want to give direction, but the fans are reacting to what we do," Zac continued. "We're a legitimate band, and you can't fake that, and it's all hard work that lands the result."

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