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Hearing Zachary Lucky’s songs, it would seem impossible to separate the singer-songwriter from his prairie origins.
Before finding folk music, this grandson of country music artist Smilin’ Johnny Lucky, was a member of two pop bands.
Still only in his mid 20s, Zachary Lucky already has six releases to his credit. On his latest release, The Ballad Of Losing You, there is an inherent shift. As the album title suggests, Lucky has constructed an earnest and personal narrative about the uncertainty of loss and of transformation.
According to No Depression, “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”.
His voice is authentic and rich, with a rustic timbre. His guitar playing is easy and natural. It’s a perfect pairing for the particular brand of folk of this artist who is established, yet emerging as a true original.
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