Born disabled Zack didn’t take to sports but found his outlet in music. Zack’s musical education began at the age of five with violin and continued throughout his life culminating in graduation from the Grove School of Music. Zack recalls his fondest memories of touring the country and playing the Sunset Strip in the days when Gazzarri’s, The Roxy, and Whiskey a Go Go ruled. A highlight of that time lead to Zack’s role as keyboardist for International Recording Artists, Warrant. As the vibe died on the Sunset Strip Zack had to reinvent himself landing a technician’s position at Steinberg GmbH, one of the world’s leading musical software companies and developers of Cubase a popular music recording, arranging and editing software used in digital audio workstations. Zack’s tenure at Steinberg gave him the mastery of studio techniques drawing the attention of Leon Russell who hired Zack as his in-house engineer. Today Zack brings all his experience back to creating music for mass consumption. Compared to Frank Zappa, Beck, and The Tubes all rolled into one audio experience not explored by today’s sample based artists.
Featured Indie City 26th February 2020