Zack Walther Shares One Word He Wouldn’t Put In The Title Of A Song And Sings [AUDIO]
Zack Walther is back on Texas radio with a new single 'Tonight (The Night Of Our Lives)' off his new album 'Into The Fray'. His former band Zack Walther and The Cronkites made a name for themselves in Texas because of much more than the clever name they made for themselves.
The Cronkite's studio album 'Ambition' featured songs with hard hitting thoughtful lyrics set to captivating melodies and beats. It saw the singles 'Georgia Cane', 'Down Easy' and 'So Hard' all released to and see limited success on radio, I'm fairly certain all went top 20, but were all easily Top 5 worthy -easily.
It's no secret Walther takes pride in his thought provoking songs, songs that tend to have more meaning beneath the surface of their great hooks and pleasing melodies. Just like his last album 'Ambition' the new album 'Into The Fray' features 10 cuts, with hard hitting thoughtful lyrics set to captivating melodies and beats. But it's also easy to see Walther has approached the new album with a new maturity and a continued love -by the simple fact that he refers to all his songs as his little babies, of making good music.
And he sang 'If Love Was Enough' off the new album, live for us check it out.
And before he left Zack also told us one word that he would never put in the title of a song.
If you haven't it's about time you hop on the The Zack Walther Band-wagon.