Zach Bryan Net Worth


Zach Bryan Net Worth

Zach Bryan is an Okinawa-born singer and songwriter with a net worth of $1 Million. Bryan started writing songs when he was 14 and released his first song in 2017 on YouTube. In 2021, Zach Bryan signed a recording deal with Warner Records, and he released his first major-label album “American Heartbreak” in 2022. Bryan’s annual income is estimated to be $300,000 from his Album sales and live performances. 

Zach Bryan Net Worth

Zach Bryan Net Worth 2023$1 Million 
Zach Bryan Net Worth 2022$500K to $700K
Zach Bryan Net Worth 2021$300K
Zach Bryan Net Worth 2020N/A
Zach Bryan Net Worth 2019N/A

Zach Bryan has a net worth of $1 Million with his main source of income coming from his music career. Bryan has released several successful albums in addition to a live album released last year on Christmas. He signed to major record label company Warner Records in 2021 and released his first major-label album called “American Heartbreak debuting at number 5 on Billboard 200 and selling over 70,000 album-equivalent units. The album was later certified as platinum by RIAA which has majorly contributed to Zach Bryan’s $1 Million net worth. Zach Bryan’s annual income is estimated to be around $300,000 after establishing his music career. 

Apart from selling music, Zach Bryan also makes a good amount by selling out tours and making an appearance on various festivals and shows. Zach’s tour tickets start at $69 and go up to $600. Therefore, we can say Bryan makes a pretty good fortune by selling out tickets for his tours. 

Zach Bryan Quick Facts Table

Date of Birth 2nd April 1996 
Age 27 years 
Place of Birth Okinawa, Japan
Nationality American 
Profession Singer and Songwriter 
Spouse Rose Madden (divorce 2021) 
Siblings Mackenzie
Kids None 

Zach Bryan Biography

Zach Bryan (Birth name: Zachary Lane Bryan) was born on 2nd April 1996 in Okinawa, Japan to Dewayne Bryan and Annette Bryan. Despite Zach’s family being stationed overseas along with the Navy, he was brought up in Oologah, Oklahoma. Following in the footsteps of his father and grandfather, Zach decided to enlist in the U.S. Navy when he was 17. Even though Zach enlisted he still had a keen interest in music all his life. He first started writing songs at 14 and later continued to spend his free time writing songs while working in the U.S. Navy. 

Zach initially started his career in 2017 when he uploaded his songs on his YouTube channel. But he gained recognition when his song named “Heading South” went viral on YouTube gaining him subscribers and popularity in the music industry. He released his debut album called “DeAnn” on 24 August 2019. He dedicated his debut album to his late mother Annette Bryan, who passed away in 2016. In 2020, Zach released his second album on May 8, 2020, called “Elisabeth” which he apparently recorded in a repurposed barn behind his home in Washington. In 2021, Zach signed a deal with the music recording label Warner Records. 

Zach has often kept his personal life private but according to various sources, Zach was married to Rose Madden in 2020 but the couple divorced in 2021, just a year after tying the knot. On 14th October 2021, Zach was discharged from the U.S. Navy to pursue his career in the music industry.

After being discharged from the U.S. Navy, Zach announced that he would make his debut with the major label by releasing a triple album called “American Heartbreak.” The Album was officially released on 20 May 2022 and sold over 70,000 album equivalent units by debuting at number 5 on the US Billboard 200. American Heartbreak also marked the highest first week for a country album in 2022. He also released an EP on 15 July 2022 named “Summertime Blues.”

Zach went on to release a live album named “All My Homies Hate Ticketmaster” in 2022 on Christmas Eve which was recorded at Red Rocks Amphitheatre. 

Zach Bryan In the News

In 2022, Zach Bryan released his first major-label album “American Heartbreak” which went on at number 5 in US Billboard 200. Bryan also released a live album called “All My Homies Hate Ticketmaster” in December making last year pretty special for the Oklahoma-based singer. But according to Bryan’s post, the singer seems to have already begun working on his next album. On 26th June Bryan posted on his Instagram 10 audio files of song snippets of the singer with the caption “album soon.” Bryan gave his fans a little insight saying, “This one’s for me, I don’t care if you like it or not. I love you guys so much and thanks for getting us this far” Bryan added to his post. 

Last month, Bryan also shared with his audience that he has been working on new music. He hinted his new work will be different compared to all his previous albums by captioning on his Twitter post, “Some of you will love it while some will hate it, everything will be fine.” The latest news by the singer has left his fans excited and eager to listen to his new music. 


Why was Zach Bryan discharged?

Zach Bryan was discharged from the U.S. Navy on 14th October 2021 to pursue his career as a musician.

What was Zach Bryans Rank in the Navy?

Zach Bryan was Petty Officer Second Class during his time in the U.S. Navy. 

Was Zach Bryan in the military?

Yes, Zach Bryan came from a family in the military, and following his legacy he joined the U.S. Navy when he was 17 but discharged on 14th October 2021 to pursue a music career. 

How Much Does Zach Bryan Make Per Concert

Zach Bryan makes around $150,000 per concert. His concert ticket prices begin at $60 and go up to $600. 

Zach Bryan Wife

Zach Bryan was married to Elisabeth Rose Madden in 2020, however, the marriage didn’t last long as the couple decided to separate months after tying the knot and being officially divorced in 2021. 

Zach Bryan House

Zach Bryan lives in Philadelphia. Although further details about Bryan’s house are currently unavailable.  

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