Nashville session drummer Brian Czach (pronounced "Zack") is currently playing sessions and live shows around Music City. Czach has devoted his life to being as creative and versatile anyone with a pair of sticks could hope to be. Born in Schenectady NY, he has experience playing in every imaginable musical setting, from live shows, film & TV scores, artist sessions, tours, dance bands, and live theater, Brian’s musical experience is vastly extensive. With a BA in percussion performance from Ithaca College (’98), Brian moved to New York City in 2001, where he toured internationally and played nearly every major jazz club in the USA (including Birdland & Blue Note) with Tony DeSare and recorded 3 records (Telarc Records). At this time he was also playing shows around the world as a featured soloist with Domenick Allen. Brian also recorded and appeared with Rebecca Pronsky, The West Side Band (Springsteen tribute), and many off-Broadway and cabaret style shows in clubs and small theaters in New York City. In late 2007, Brian moved to Las Vegas and quickly became a well known "A" list drummer for shows and singers of all kind. Drumming for Jimmy Castor & The Bunch, Clint Holmes, Martin Nievera, Susan Anton, Travis Cloer, among others, led Brian to writing and arranging a show for Rick Faugno (Jersey Boys) in 2011. Opening at the Las Vegas Hilton, "Body and Soul" ran for 8 months before moving to the famed Palms Casino for another 3 months which Brian MD'ed and drummed. In late 2012 Brian played the "Winter in Venice" production show of Mannheim Steamroller at the Palazzo where he played everything from a hybrid drum kit to finger cymbals to a toy piano. For the duration of 2013, he drummed and was a show stopping feature for 5 nights/week in "Pin Up" with Playboy Playmate of the Year Claire Sinclair at the Stratosphere, a sexy rockabilly musical show, all while subbing in many other shows on the Vegas Strip, including Jersey Boys, The Rat Pack is Back, Coasters/Platters/Marvelettes, and Zowie Bowie. In early 2014 he toured with the Australian Bee Gees Show, performing 3 extensive tours in Europe and one 10 week tour of N. America. In 2015, Brian joined up with Nashville based show "You've Got A Friend" which tours around the country performing orchestral arrangements w/ rhythm section of all the classic hits of James Taylor and Carole King.