Large Shows

Zack Rosicka has performed thousands of times, several times a week in various small to large venues since the age of 14. Below are some of the larger shows Rosicka has had the honor to perform at:


Winston Tribute Concert

Lowe's (Charlotte) Motor Speedway


Concord, NC

ZZ Top, Trace Atkins, Wayne Newton


Coca Cola 600

Lowe's (Charlotte) Motor Speedway


Concord, NC

Tracy Byrd


Verison Wireless Amphitheater

Levi's Stage


Charlotte, NC

BB King, Buddy Guy, ZZ Top, Lynard Skynard, Kenny Wayne Shepherd & Double Trouble, John Hiatt, Lyle Lovett, Bonnie Raitt


Lake Austin Blues Festival

2004 & 2005

Austin, TX

Kenny Wayne Shepherd & Double Trouble, Rick Derringer, Monte Montgomery, Joe Bonamassa


Stevie Ray Vaughn Remembrance Ride and Concert


Arlington (Dallas), TX

Wes Jeans, Lance Lopez, Eric Gales


More big shows to come! For upcoming performance visit our "tour" page.



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Quotes about Zack Rosicka


"Great sounds coming from the stage"

Joe Bonamassa


"Don't stop young man, you've got it"

Francine Reed w/ Lyle Lovett


"Zack Rosicka: A Real Guitar Hero"

Chris Manson, Beachcomber


"The Boy next door might be the next Jimi Hendrix!"

Charlotte Taste Magazine


"A breath of fresh air, among up and coming Guitar Monster's! Seeing him live made me want to go back and take lessons!"

Ben Robinson


"A guy paid the band nearly $1000 for them to play 1 extra set."

August Radio


"Zack is one of the most captivating and inspiring performers I've seen in my life, definitely a performer I want to see time and time again."

Jeff Adams, Neofilm Productions


"Zack plays with the speed of John McGlaughlin and does that upside-down Jeff Healey lick"

Jack Lowe


"I've been a fan of live music all my life, Zack Rosicka Band is strong in every respect. Being from Chicago, I've seen a lot of good groups. I saw Muddy Waters when Johnny Winter showed up to jam with him. And these guys are good!"

Gary Lajter


"Rosicka's solos never bore; vocally, the guy wails like his life depended on it."

Chris Manson, Beachcomber