Singer/Songwriter, Zach Williams, from Woodstock to perform at Buckhead Theatre
Singer/Songwriter, Zach Williams and The Bellow are coming to the Buckhead Theatre Wednesday, August 15th.
Zach is a 1999 graduate of Etowah High and went on to earn his degree from Palm Beach Atlantic University after his first two years at Liberty University.
Zach is the son of Tony & Pam Williams, brother of Brooke Williams Morgan, long time Woodstock residents. He grew up at First Baptist Woodstock.
In 2003, he married the former Stacy Campbell, graduate of North Cobb High School, from Kennesaw. One day in September, 2004 Stacy fell from a horse and was temporarily paralyzed from the fall.
Zach spent over a month in a small apartment near Shepherd's Spinal Clinic where he wrote his first rendition of "Hospital Dreams". The recording went viral and Zach was then awarded a scholarship at PBA.
Since then, Zach has written many songs and has toured with "To Write Love on Her Arms", opened for Ben Folds, took the stage with Switchfoot's John Foreman and most recently opened for two time Grammy Award winner, The Civil Wars.
Zach and Stacy and his two little girls currently live in Brooklyn, NY where he is a worship leader at Trinity Grace Brooklyn, a church he helped start after college. By the way, Stacy is doing great.
Zach Williams and The Bellow's music can be found at www.zachwilliams.com. For ticket information to the concert go to www.tinyurl.com/zwinconcert. Doors open at 8:30. You can find Zach Williams' music on Pandora and Itunes. Vimeo Video