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Zac Hacker grew up in LaGrange, AL, right outside of Muscle Shoals, with his four sisters and his mother and father, from where his roots in music were born. His entire family today is still full of talented musicians, singers, songwriters, that are active in the music industry. Zac's father was one of the original Hacker Brothers.
At the age of 8yrs old, Zac let his fingers do the walking on his first guitar. Not long after, at the age of thirteen he played his first show. While playing gigs in his early teens Zac met and became great friends with fellow musician Gary Nichols, a Universal Records recording artist. Zac and Gary were both involved with the first FAME Tuesday Music Club. After impressing everyone on Tuesday's, Zac was signed to an Exclusive Songwriting Deal with FAME At the age of 20 years old. In only 2 years, Zach has had the privilege to write with well-known singer songwriters including: Robert Byrne (Two Dozen Roses, What I'd Say) Russell Smith (Third Rate Romance, Keep it Between the Lines) Dave Gibson (Ships That Don't Come In, Queen of Memphis).
Zac would like to thank the following: Rodney Hall the president of FAME publishing. For giving him the chance to spread his wings and fly, Mark Hall CEO of House of Fame for believing in his songs. Last but certainly not least his good friend that inspired him to really want to be the best that he could be, James LeBlanc. Zac would like to thank in closing all his fans, the shoals area for their support to the music industry And his family and friends that support him everyday.