Prolific Nashville songwriter and performer Zach Broocke's music is all about the things we never say and wish we could have. The times you let slip through your hands yet being thankful for these moments, realizing that maybe that's just the way it's supposed to be.

Zach is true to his craft and art with an immense body of unreleased recordings & demos that are free and clear of all rights and ownership. The attached soundcloud player is just a taste of what is available for licensing, broadcast, etc.

To explore sync licensing, recording projects, live performances, co-writing opportunities and other business matters with Zach please contact us!


Broocke is coming out of the gates strong with the following placements:
• "Sweet Ambrosia" aired January 22 on Criminal Minds (CBS)
• "Remember Me" In the film Song One (World View Entertainment) premiered
at Sundance January 20 and set for distribution April 2014.
• "Tightrope" UFC fight commercial aired January 21.

"Zach is an amazing visionary. He allows just enough balance between the emotions without compromising any of them. Pure vocal butter."
- Independent Songwriter Magazine

"Broocke is an old soul with a contemporary twist. He could break hearts with his melancholy swoon yet he displays an edgier grit ... earnest and bittersweet songs that follow you around for days."
- Performing Songwriter Magazine

CLICK HERE to Listen to Zach speak on his song writing process and influences on NPR's Art of the Song podcast.
Writing Credits

Broocke has penned songs with Roger Murrah (Alan Jackson, Alabama, Waylon Jennings), David Hodges (Carrie Underwood, Kelly Clarkson, Jason Mraz) Troy Johnson (Dixie Chicks, Keith Urban), Scott Bennett (Brian Wilson) and Mike Busbee (Rascal Flatts, Pink, Lady Antebellum). His latest co-write is the acclaimed single "Mean Kind of Love" recorded by Star Anna.


Zach has toured nationwide and opened up for Amos Lee, Bob Schneider, JD McPherson, Stoney Larue, Todd Snider, Shawn Mullins, and Raul Malo to name a few.
Other Placements

Broocke's "Pullin Up The Drive" was featured in the motion picture Feast of Love.

"Why Can't You," was featured in Henry Poole Is Here soundtrack.

While releasing albums since 2001, his two most recent full-lengths are WatchDog LookOut (2011, Dualtone Records) and Enjoy The Ride: Solo Writes 2001-2012 (2012, Lakeshore Records).