Zechariah Dallas is a born musician who calls Georgia home, where he lives with his wife, Liz, and his son, Nash. He serves currently as a worship pastor, but has a rich musical background, from singing all genres of music including pop, folk, rock, country and even classical music. He is currently touring in a rock band and has performed and lead worship for thousands throughout the United States. For Zech, live music is to be an experience – a connection – and something which glorifies, ultimately, Jesus Christ.

Zech has lived the life of a full-time musician and singer songwriter. Between performing as a solo artist with his original music and traveling with his brothers in They Came Running, he has shared the stage with such acts as Mandisa, Group One Crew, GRITS, Spoken, Casting Crowns, Calling Glory, and Rush of Fools, just to name a few. His band, They Came Running’s single “Dry and Brittle” was promoted alongside The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus and Lecrae by Shamrock Media and received considerable radio playtime. Zech is set to release his first solo album sometime in 2019.

Zech brings infectious energy and excitement with him to the stage, and though he feeds off of the energy of a crowd and urges them to do the same with him, his main source of passion is not the music that he’s playing but the King he is glorifying. Wherever it is you find Zech, whether performing his tunes in a coffee shop, playing loud music in a bar/club, or on a stage in an arena, you get the same thing: a worshipper passionate about sharing his gifts with others.