Quarantine has caused many people to spend more time with their families. Since March, people have been working from home or have been temporarily out of work. This means many houses are filled with parents and kids scrambling to get through whatever work they have that day. For Zac Brown, leader of the popular country group the Zac Brown Band, this means more time with his kids.
According to People Magazine, him and his five kids have “an amazing relationship.”
Back in May, he celebrated his son Alexander’s sixth birthday in true Generation Alpha style.
“We set up our whole property like [the video game] Fortnite and had a party … Military crawls, obstacle courses … we had an awesome time,” Brown told People.
Brown Creates ‘The Man Who Loves You The Most’
While being able to write and create music in his at-home studio, he is also able to take time at home that was harder during his 22 years of non-stop touring on the road.
His dedication and renowned appreciation for the smaller, more intimate moments at home with his children helped Brown to create his newest song “The Man Who Loves You The Most.”
In an interview with Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg via Facebook Live last week, which was also covered by American Songwriter, Brown said, “I want them to feel everything that the world has to offer, to love and live their lives, and have a full life. That involves not being the No. 1 man when someone else comes in. It was important to have a reminder that this will always be your home and I’m the man who loves you the most no matter what. The first relationship my girls have had is with me.”
This gesture of love for his daughters will be a constant reminder of their father’s love. Especially since they can stream it whenever.
Brown continues to spread his positivity and his love to those outside of his family as well. With his work through his charity Camp Southern Ground, Brown is giving back to the veteran community.
The Zac Brown Band is set to perform on Nov. 19 on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”
Zac Brown joins the rank of countless artists who have seen the beauty in the relationship between a father and a daughter.
From Stevie Wonder’s “Isn’t She Lovely” to Tim McGraw’s “My Little Girl” to Bob Dylan’s “Forever Young,” all are declarations of a father’s love to their daughter.
Then one day, maybe Brown’s daughter will become a sensation and join the ranks of daughters writing about their dads. Like Taylor Swift’s “Never Grow Up” or Mariah Carey’s “Hero.”
Or even better one day doing a duo like father and daughter Miley Cyrus and Billy Ray Cyrus in “Butterfly Fly Away.”
Zac Brown created a hit that is sure to be on a wedding playlist one day, exclusively for that father-daughter dance.