Zack Shelton and 64 to Grayson have scuffs on their boots from all up and down the east coast and nothing is looking to slow them down. Voted one of the “Top 20 Most Prospective Groups” by Music Connection Magazine, Zack Shelton and 64 to Grayson’s unique blend of backwoods instruments, lyrical wit, and hardwood-pew values makes for an experience that will leave you with a smirk on your face and a tap in your toes.
The band’s six-foot-three lead-singer, Zack Shelton, seen with acts such as Josh Turner, The Gaithers, and The Charlie Daniels Band is unmistakably no stranger to the stage. Being the son of Gospel musician Thomas Shelton, Zack gets his passion for music honest. Teaming up with Zack to form 64 to Grayson is cohort Craig Cunningham.
In January of 2018, Zack and 64tG released their newest album “Between the Pews” which marked their fourth full-length studio album. The record's first two singles, “Mercy We Don’t Deserve” and “Jesus in That”, have captured the attention of listeners both new and old alike.
Geared toward an array of all ages and backgrounds, Zack Shelton and 64 to Grayson has lit a fire of a following that is burning brighter with each show. “Whatever God is getting ready for us,” notes Zack, “we’ll be charging at it face first and full-throttle.”
In September of 2018, Brody Allen was battling for his life and a small town banded together to give him one last Christmas celebration. The Lord welcomed him home late October. Now Brody's brother Andrew fights for his life following an accident. Zack has recorded a song in honor of #TeamBrody and hopes to raise money to help the Allen family in this time of need.