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    Navy Vet and Rising Country Star Zach Bryan Takes a Stand Against Ticketmaster

    Navy Vet and Rising Country Star Zach Bryan Takes a Stand Against Ticketmaster

    Zach Bryan is one of the fastest-rising stars in music, and the young Navy veteran has used his newfound fame to pick a fight with Ticketmaster, the industry behemoth that controls ticket sales for a huge number of concert venues around the country. On Christmas Day, Bryan released a album called “All My Homies Hate Ticketmaster.”

    For those who haven't been following the music news this past year, let's revisit the positive story of Bryan's career explosion and the negative story of Ticketmaster's massive screw-ups that have raised the ire of both fans and some of the biggest artists in the world.

    If you haven't heard Bryan's music, check out the live version of his No. 1 country single “Something in the Orange” from the “All My Homies Hate Ticketmaster” album.

    First, let's talk about Bryan. Born in Okinawa, , and raised in the tiny town of Oologah, Oklahoma, he followed a family tradition and joined the Navy. During his service, he started writing songs and recording them with his iPhone behind the barracks. “Heading South” went viral on Spotify in 2020, and Warner Bros. offered him a recording deal.

    OK, make sure you've got this. Bryan was active-duty when he signed his first recording contract. He was honorably discharged in November 2021 after eight years of service so he could pursue a music career with the Navy's blessing.

    “American Heartbreak,” his major-label debut, was released in May…

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