Zach Bryan Takes Time To Reflect, Celebrates Album Going Platinum
Zach Bryan has had a very good start to 2024 while winning a Grammy for Best Country Duo / Group Performance for “I Remember Everything” with Kacey Musgraves, working with actor Mathew McConaughey on his “Nine Ball” video, and now celebrating his self-titled album going platinum.
“It’s insanely ironic that I Remember Everything is one of the bigger songs on the record because four years ago I was just Zach, existing in an entirely different reality with all my close friends, going on deployments, riding my motorcycle, just enjoying life and sometimes happily, sometimes painfully, I do remember everything. We made a damn album in an air bnb and now the boys and me have stadium shows across the country and quite a few platinum records (not to be arrogant just saying it because we’re all idiots and it’s mind numbing),” Bryan shared on Instagram.
Bryan finished the post by saying “I love all of you and I’m gonna go sleep for a few days” along with a series of photos including one of him graduating Bootcamp, the last time he ever wore a uniform, the day his 2022 album, American Heartbreak was released, among others.
You can click here to read his full statement.
As far as what’s next for Bryan, the 27-year-old will hit the road in March for his headlining ‘Zach Bryan’s The Quittin Time Tour 2024‘ with special guests Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Turnpike Troubadours, Sheryl Crow, The War And Treaty, Mt. Joy, Sierra Ferrell, The Middle East, Matt Maeson, Levi Turner, and SunDown 47 on select dates.