Zac cowrote "Obsolete" "Snapshots" w/ the fellas. congrats/great stuff!!
PodKatt Episode 2: Stories of Katt Past – Zac Maloy of the Nixons
Listen to the full podcast here.
Posted on April 13, 2016
ON APRIL 12TH, 2016, THE KATT’S JAKE DANIELS SAT DOWN WITH ZAC MALOY, WHO RETURNED TO THE KATT, AFTER SEVERAL DECADES TO DISCUSS HOW HIS MUSIC HAS BEEN FINDING IT’S WAY INTO THE HEART OF MILLIONS OF MUSIC FANS WHO DON’T EVEN KNOW IT. IN LARGE PART, THANKS TO SOME HELP FROM THE KATT DURING THE EARLY YEARS OF HIS CAREER IN THE NIXONS AND HOW THE LITTLE BAND FROM OKLAHOMA INFLUENCED SOME OF TODAY’S POPULAR RECORDING ARTISTS LIKE CARRIE UNDERWOOD, DAUGHTRY, DAVID COOK, SKILLET AND OTHERS. ZAC ALSO TOOK THE TIME SHARE ABOUT THE INAUGURAL OKLAHOMA SONGWRITERS FESTIVAL AT THE END OF APRIL. CHECKWWW.OKLAHOMASONGWRITERSFESTIVAL.COM TO LEARN MORE. #ACM@UCO #OKLAHOMASONGWRITERSFESTIVAL #KATT40
Zac Maloy, John Humphrey and Jesse Davis of The Nixon's will be performing a few songs at the show Saturday night. Come hear a few of the bands favorite songs in an acoustic setting. First time for them to take the stage together in over 12 years.
SATURDAY, APRIL 30th 2016
Hosted by the ACM @ UCO Performance Lab
329 E Sheridan Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73104
For more on the festival click HERE.
Inaugural Oklahoma Songwriters Festival set for April.
by Brandy McDonnell Published: March 22, 2016
The inaugural Oklahoma Songwriters Festival is set for April 28-30 in Oklahoma City.
Festival founder Zac Maloy, who grew up in Ada and is now a Nashville, Tenn.-based writer, will bring a handful of his accomplished songwriter friends in from Music City for three days of writing sessions with local songwriters, panels and small concerts. The evening shows will be one-of-a-kind events for the state of Oklahoma, where the audience will be able to sit back and listen to the writers of some of music's biggest hits, sing their tunes and tell their stories behind the songs.
"Part of our goal is to create momentum and broader relationships for the Oklahoma music community, while at the same time providing a unique set of shows not commonly available to the local music fan in Oklahoma," said Maloy in a news release.
Set to join Maloy for the three-day event are Jim Beavers, who co-wrote “Red Solo Cup” by Oklahoma-based superstar Toby Keith and “Watching Airplanes” by Gary Allan; Marcus Hummon, who co-wrote “Bless the Broken Road” by Rascal Flatts (which includes Picher guitarist Joe Don Rooney) and “Cowboy Take Me Away” by the Dixie Chicks; and Marti Frederiksen, who co-wrote “Jaded” by Aerosmith and “Undo It” by Checotah native Carrie Underwood, among others.
Check out the full article here.