American singer-songwriter and musician Zachry Alexander Brown is also the co-founder and lead singer of the electronic dance music group Sir Rosevelt as well as the country-rock band Zac Brown Band. Brown released The Controversy, a pop-surprise album, in 2019.
When Zac was on his way up, he met Shelly. In 2005, his group put out their first album on their own. In 2008, their first album with Atlantic Records came out. Shelly was there for her whole wedding to Zac in 2006. She had just finished college at the time.
The two of them have also been through some hard times. In 2016, Zac went to a hotel party where four people were arrested. He got away with it because he promised not to touch the cocaine that was found there.
Zac and Shelly Brown have been through together in every ups and downs of their life, it’s hard to think of anything that could make them split up. In October 2018, after 12 years of marriage, they said they were divorcing.
Zac Brown And Shelly Brown Announced Divorce In Joint Statement
The news that Zac and Shelly were breaking up broke the hearts of country music fans on October 5, 2018. In a statement, they said, “We feel lucky to be on such an amazing journey in life, and sometimes that journey starts to go in different directions.” “We are breaking up as a couple, and we say this with love and respect.”
“We’ve had a whirlwind life together, growing into a beautiful family with five amazing children. Life will change a bit, but our love and commitment to our family will always be there,” they said. “This was a hard decision, but we’ve been through a lot of hard things together, and this is our next challenge. We’re moving forward with love, mutual respect, and care for each other.
“Family comes in all different forms, “we would like to ask that rather than commenting or spending any energy towards this, that you take this moment to send love to your family, in honor of ours.”
The couple had to make a hard decision, and they never thought life would take them this way. But they are both happy to be friends and good co-parents. It’s unclear known that who initiated the divorce proceedings.
Zac and Shelly have joint custody of their five children: Justice, Lucy, Georgia, Joni, and Alexander.
As the family continues to deal with the effects of their divorce, Zac said that he has found a silver lining in self-improvement and is finding comfort in music by collaborating and continuing to bridge the gap between genres. He says, “I think it’s important to be open, to be yourself, and to just be real.” “I no longer want to be near things that aren’t real. I’m trying to design my life so that it has soul and is full of things I make. Some of them are enjoyable. And then there are times when I feel like I’m pouring out my soul, my life, and my troubles in a song.”