Songwriter & Performer, American Authors
Zac Barnett is a Las Vegas-based vocalist, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist. He got his start at Berklee College of Music in Boston studying songwriting. After moving to Brooklyn in 2012, Zac founded rock band American Authors, best known for their hit single “Best Day of My Life.” The band has sold more than 6 million singles and 1 million albums worldwide.
AIMP Presents Together Alone: The Lasting Impact of COVID-19 on Songwriters Post-Pandemic
10/15/21, 6:00 PM
The COVID-19 pandemic forced artists and songwriters to improvise, collaborating over Zoom, recording in separate studios, and playing live shows over the internet. And while there will never be a true replacement for face-to-face interaction, the quarantine experience has taught the music community several important lessons that could positively impact the writing process going forward. On this panel, some of today’s top independent songwriters will discuss their experiences during the pandemic, and reveal quarantine tips they’ll be carrying with them into a healthier future.