Fresh on the heels of the digital and video release of his critically- acclaimed single, “Four Letter Word,” Jetpack Artist Ventures flagship recording artist, Zach Stone, is geared up for a full schedule during country music’s biggest party and annual event, CMA Fest 2018. His week-long calendar encompassed special appearances, performances, interviews and autograph signings. Stone is certainly made an immediate and long-lasting impression among country music fans who attended the festival from all over the globe.

Stone’s “Four Letter Word” music video recently debuted on the “Country Fix” (Heartland TV) and The Country Network. Stone has also been featured on Country Rebel, Country Music Tattletale, The Daily Country, Roughstock, New Music Weekly, Country Line.TV and is slated to film an episode of “On the Rise” for The Country Network (air date to be announced). Keeping the momentum of his recent success, Stone is currently writing and recording in preparation to introduce his next single later this summer. “Like most performers, this is my favorite time of year. CMA Fest is the official summer kick-off…a big ole backyard party right here in Music City. I’m looking forward to seeing fans old and new. Come on out and see me; you won’t be sorry,” Stone said. ABOUT ZACH STONE ZACH STONE has been identified as Country Music’s “fresh face!” While attending Belmont University, Stone’s talents were recognized as the winner of Belmont’s “Best of the Best” (an industry showcase that spotlights the most promising performers from a pool of more than 8000 students). The music business graduate captured the attention of showcase judge John Pisciotta (Jetpack Artist Ventures) who inked Stone to a management and publishing deal almost immediately. The native Texan plays both piano and the guitar, and Stone has become an "entertainer-in-demand" performing more than 150 regional show dates. He recorded and released his sophomore 6-song EP titled ASHES–produced by Rex Schnelle (Brooks & Dunn/Trace Adkins) in 2016. He is currently writing and recording for his new project anticipated in mid-to-late 2018. Stone’s musical pursuit is both extraordinary and inspiring; he was born with Brachydactyly (an underdevelopment of fingers or hands at birth). Overcoming what most might view as a life disability, he has drawn an uncanny determination and strength from his condition. In addition to his music concentration, he is moved to counsel children with similar issues; he and his family founded Hand Camp (in partnership with Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children).