Zach Seabaugh Tapped As A NASCAR Influencer…

Emerging country artist, Zach Seabaugh, is already an accomplished 19-year-old. He’s currently balancing college at Middle Tennessee State University, his budding music career and has been selected as a NASCAR Influencer for the 2018 season.

NASCAR Influencers are invited to NASCAR races throughout the season and are provided exclusive access to cover the event on their social media platforms. Seabaugh says, “I’m excited to give my followers a behind the scenes look at NASCAR races. Country music and NASCAR are very well connected so I’m sure my followers will enjoy the content I share.

NASCAR Sr. Director of Consumer Marketing, Lindsay Hall, says, “Zach is one of a few select influencers partnering with NASCAR to showcase his experiences across several race weekends in the 2018 season. As a rising star in country music that consistently produces engaging social media content, Zach is positioned to welcome many new, young fans to the sport of NASCAR.

Seabaugh’s role commenced in Las Vegas, Nevada at the Pennzoil 400 March 1-4, 2018.

Fans can follow Seabaugh’s upcoming NASCAR coverage at the following speedways on his Instagram (@ZachSeabaugh)

  • Talladega Superspeedway (April 27-29)
  • Charlotte Motor Speedway (May 18-20)
  • Michigan International Speedway (Aug. 10-12)
  • Indianapolis Motor Speedway (Sept. 7-9

Seabaugh appeared on Season 9 of the NBC show The Voice, where he placed fifth in the overall competition and his dream of pursuing a career in country music was set in motion. Zach released his debut EP in the summer of 2016, which entered the iTunes Country Album Chart at #3, and Billboard’s Country Music Charts at #25.

He has performed at venues such as Ryman Auditorium, the Grand Ole Opry and Cobb Civic Center and has opened for Jennifer Nettles, Scotty McCreery, Lady Antebellum, Chris Janson and more. Earlier this year, he starred alongside Radney Foster in the multi-award nominated musical Troubadour at Atlanta’s Alliance Theatre, earning rave reviews in The Atlanta Journal ConstitutionArtsATLBroadway World and more.

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