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.
For the past seven years of his career, Lucky has been playing 100 - 200 shows a year (all independently booked) and has rightfully gained a reputation for being one of the hardest working independent musicians in the Canadian folk and Americana music scene. Zachary has performed at more then a handful of notable and reputable festivals and conferences such as Wilderness (UK - August 2015), Camp Bestival (UK - August 2015), Latitude (UK - July 2015), Wickerman (Scotland - July 2015), Somersault (UK - July 2015), Mariposa Folk Festival, The Americana Music Festival, Regina Folk Festival, Ness Creek Music Festival, Gateway Music Festival, Folk Alliance International, Canadian Music Week, North by North East, Breakout West, Halifax Urban Folk Festival, Peterborough Folk Festival, and many more.
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.
"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!
“Gulp! What a voice Zachary Lucky has. Warm, weary and as soft as a well worn leather shoe, it sits comfortably between Townes Van Zandt, Leonard Cohen and Don Williams. Another Canadian Shows the Americans How to Sing Americana.” - Rockin Magpie
"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
"The album sounds like it comes straight from harvest time on a grain farm in rural Saskatchewan… If you’ve ever thought that what passes for country music today isn’t real country music, try Lucky. His honest, soulful sound will haunt you and remind you of what country and western music was originally conceived as." - The Gauntlet