Brian Czach


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Nashville session drummer Brian Czach (pronounced "Zack") has devoted his life to

being as creative and versatile anyone with a pair of sticks could hope to be. Born in

Schenectady NY, he has experience playing in every imaginable musical setting, from

live shows, film & TV scores, artist sessions, tours, dance bands, and live theater, Brian’s

musical experience is vastly extensive.

With a BA in percussion performance from Ithaca College (’98), Brian moved to New York

City in 2001, where he toured with Tony DeSare and recorded 3 records (Telarc

Records). At this time he was also working steady with Domenick Allen, Rebecca

Pronsky, and different wedding/society bands.

In late 2007, Brian moved to Las Vegas and quickly became a well known "A" list

drummer for shows and singers of all kind. Drumming for Clint Holmes, Martin Nievera,

Susan Anton, Las Vegas Tenors, among others, led to Brian being asked to write &

arrange a show and be music director for Rick Faugno (Jersey Boys) in 2011. Opening at

the Las Vegas Hilton, the show "Body and Soul" ran for 8 months before moving to the

famed Palms Casino for another 3 months. In late 2012 Brian played the "Winter in

Venice" production show of Mannheim Steamroller at the Palazzo. For the duration of

2013, he drummed 5 nights/week in "Pin Up" at the Stratosphere, a sexy rockabilly

musical show, while subbing in many other shows on the Vegas Strip. In early 2014 he

was asked to tour with the Australian Bee Gees Show for which he has remains

actively on call, having performed 3 tours in Europe and one 10 week tour of N. America.

It was also during this time that Brian co-founded The Sounds Of Miles Davis, a musical

tribute to the jazz icon. 2015 saw Brian join up with the Nashville based show "You've Got

A Friend" which tours around the country performing all the classic hits of James Taylor

and Carole King.

Inspired by his new Nashville friends Kirsti Manna (#1 hit songwriter) and Bill Warner

(producer/engineer), Brian made the move to Nashville in late 2015 where he continues to

work with YGAF. Within less than a year, Brian was already getting called for sessions on

Music Row, and is becoming an in demand session/touring drummer for artists of all kind

including Dalton Gray, Amelia Eisenhauer Band, Operation: Song, and Brynn Marie. His

uncanny ability to play any style authentically and to create any sound or mood on the

drums makes Brian extremely unique. His musical range takes him from playing rock/

pop/country gigs, to blues, & jazz, while singing harmonies, swinging a big band or

leading a 30 piece orchestra, and everything in between. Working out of his home studio

in Mt. Juliet, TN, Brian provides online recording sessions, drum lessons, songwriting

production, arranging, and programming.