Booking UK / Europe - Howard Monk @ The Local
Booking US / Canada - Zachary Lucky
Publicity - Jason Schneider Media
Zachary Lucky is a songwriter’s songwriter. His road weary and Canadian inspired folk and and country songs “will haunt you and remind you of what country and western music was originally conceived as.” With songs written about criss-crossing the back roads of Canada and America and all that comes with it, Zachary has been slowly and steadily building his brand and presence across Canada, The United States and most recently throughout the UK. To date he has independently released six albums throughout the course of his career, including his noteworthy 2013 release “The Ballad Of Losing You” which garnered much press and radio play throughout the course of its record cycle.
Everywhere A Man Can Be is Zachary Lucky’s fourth release since making the bold leap to become a full time musician and it is his most accessible, and marketable release to date. Although he has branched out from the quieter ballad’s that he has become known for, this nine song album retains all of the qualities that he is known for, but with a more full band approach. With elements of folk and country music that have this album sitting somewhere in the balance. The songs on Everywhere A Man Can Be are just that - songs about Lucky’s seven year career - from St John’s Newfoundland, to the west coast and down to the Rio Grande, you really begin to get a feel for just how far Zachary Lucky has come, and how vast his short career has been.
FESTIVAL AND CONFERENCE APPEARANCES
Zachary has performed at a number of notable conferences and festivals: The Americana Music Festival (2014); Regina Folk Festival; Folk Alliance International (three times); Latitude Festival (UK - July 2015); Wilderness Festival (UK - August 2015); Camp Bestival (UK - August 2015); Wickerman (UK - July 2015); Peterborough Folk Festival; Halifax Urban Folk Festival; Ness Creek Music Festival; Gateway Music Festival (twice); Dooryard Arts; Moso Fest (three times); CMW (twice); NXNE; SXSW; and many more. Zachary has also secured spots at four prominent Canadian festivals during the 2017 festival season (Dawson City Music Festival, North Country Fair, Dauphin Country Music Festival, Live From The Rock Folk Festival).
March - April 2017 - 17 date tour throughout the Maritimes and Prairie provinces
November - December 2016 - 16 date Ontario album release tour (w/ Trio)
October 2016 - 16 date Western Canadian album release tour (w/ full band)
May 2016 - 10 date Maritime tour
March 2016 - 7 date tour through the Canadian prairies (w/ Trio)
February 2016 - 20 + date tour throughout the Eastern and Midwestern States
September / October 2015 - 24 date Canadian and US Tour
August 2015 - 2 Canadian Festival Appearances
July / August 2015 - 6 festivals throughout the UK
June 2015 - 9 date tour throughout Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta
May 2015 - Showcasing for SaskMusic at PEI’s May Run Music Festival (PEI Music Week) January 2015 - 7 date tour of Ontario, NB, PEI and NS - Including performances at three festivals, In The Dead Of Winter, Shivering Songs and Stereophonic.
September - December 2014 - 65 date tour throughout Canada, the US and the UK.
April 2014 - 6 date tour throughout Finland.
April 2014 - 16 date tour throughout SK, MB, ON, QC.
January - March 2014 - 24 date Canadian and American tour.
September - November 2013 - 68 date tour across Canada.
Ring Of Fire (Mini Series - October 30th, 2012)
Arctic Air (CBC Series - 2 songs, December 3rd 2012, February 27th 2013)
Continuum (Showtime Series - May 9th 2013)
Little Loopers (Feature Film - May 2015)
All The Dollar Bills In My Home Town (Short Film - 2015)
"There’s such proximity in Everywhere A Man Can Be, the latest from Saskatchewan troubadour Zachary Lucky. Even with it’s fully lush country-folk production, the sound of the record never strays far from Lucky’s breathy baritone, recalling Gordon Lightfoot in his tender phrasing..." - Penguin Eggs
"One to watch!" - The Globe and Mail
"Zachary Lucky is unapologetically old-school country, armed with a husky, baritone voice - He carries himself like a younger Richard Buckner or a heartier Doug Paisley and receives comparisons to songwriters such as Gordan Lightfoot and Kris Kristofferson. He sings of Canadian places and people as knowingly as he might Townes Van Zandt or the Rio Grande. It's a relatable show on many levels, and conjures universal feelings that have passed through our collective timelines. Lucky is the forlorn embodiment of the Information Age, compelling and reassuring on one hand and coolly unsettling and of no place on the other." - Exclaim!
"Lucky’s songs have lived lifetimes. They sit you down, tell you their stories and heighten your senses to the wonders of nature, love and self." - No Depression
"Lucky's own truths rest alongside storytelling. The arrangements are simple and beautiful and let Lucky's deep voice take the spotlight." - Montreal Gazette / Vancouver Sun
"The wistful introspection conveyed by this Saskatoon singer-songwriter is like listening to October" - Toronto Star
"Indeed, 'focused' is a good word to describe Saskatchewan; 'mature' is another. This is the work of a singer/songwriter who is comfortable with his sound" - Winnipeg Free Press
Everywhere A Man Can Be (October 7th, 2016)
Zachary Lucky sings Dublin Blues and Copper Kettle (September 2015)
The Ballad Of Losing You (September 2013)
Saskatchewan (March 2012)
Come And Gone (August 2010)
In The Fields, In The Hills (February 2010)
Maps And Towns (April 2009)