Zac Brown Band Make Madison Square Garden Headlining Debut
Zac Brown says his group has fulfilled a dream. The Zac Brown Band made their headlining debut at New York's Madison Square Garden with a sold out show Saturday night. Billboard.com says Brown told the crowd that being on the legendary stage meant "an incredible amount" to them, and later added that the group will now have to "make a new bucket list." Zac Brown Band also showed their appreciation with a two-hour performance that demonstrated their diversity. In addition to playing their own hits, including "Keep Me In Mind," "As She's Walking Away," "Toes," "Chicken Fried," and others, they put their own spin on such covers as Metallic's "Enter Sandman," Aerosmith's "Sweet Emotion," Van Morrison's Mystic," and Nirvana's "All Apologies."
Zac Brown Band also sang "America the Beautiful," which they dedicated to those affected by Hurricane Sandy.