Zac Brown Band Unveil Album, Tour Plans

JEKYLL + HYDE Arrives April 28

Zac Brown Band’s fourth studio album, JEKYLL + HYDE, is coming out April 28.

The first project under ZBB’s new partnership with designer John Varvatos, Big Machine and Republic Records, the album features guest appearances by former Soundgarden and Audioslave singer Chris Cornell (“Heavy Is the Head”) and pop star Sara Bareilles (“Mango Tree”), as well as a song written by Americana artist Jason Isbell (“Dress Blues”).

Brown and company plan to preview new music from JEKYLL + HYDE on their first appearance of Saturday Night Live this weekend (March 7). The album’s first single, “Homegrown,” was released in January.

JEKYLL + HYDE track list:

1. Beautiful Drug
2. Loving You Easy
3. Remedy
4. Homegrown
5. Mango Tree (feat. Sara Bareilles)
6. Heavy Is the Head (feat. Chris Cornell)
7. Bittersweet
8. Castaway
9. Tomorrow Never Comes
10. One Day
11. Dress Blues
12. Young and Wild
13. Junkyard
14. I’ll Be Your Man (Song for a Daughter)
15. Wildfire
16. Tomorrow Never Comes (Acoustic Version)

Meanwhile, the band also announced the dates to their summer tour:

May 1: Nashville
May 7: Raleigh, North Carolina
May 8: Alpharetta, Georgia
May 9: Alpharetta, Georgia
May 16: Gulf Shores, Alabama
May 21: Maryland Heights, Missouri
May 22: Cincinnati, Ohio
May 23: Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
May 24: Burgettstown, Pennsylvania

June 4: Charlotte, North Carolina
June 5: Virginia Beach, Virgina
June 6: Hartford, Connecticut
June 7: Bangor, Maine
June 13: Jacksonville, Florida
June 27: Ozark, Arkansas
June 28: Milwaukee

July 3: Denver
July 9: Salt Lake City
July 10: Boise, Idaho
July 11: George, Washington
July 12: Ridgefield, Washington

August 6: Darien Center, New York
August 7: Boston
August 8: Boston
August 14: Washington, DC
August 15: Philadelphia
August 21: Flushing, New York
August 23: Bethel, New York

September 6: Saratoga Springs, New York
September 11: Chicago
September 12: Detroit
September 19: Del Mar, California

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