Zack Hexum is a Los Angeles based, two-time BMI award winning composer for film and television, multi-instrumentalist and vocalist. His music has been heard in over 700 episodes of television and movies, including iCarly, Henry Danger, Liv and Maddie, Shake It Up, Peabody and Sherman. He graduated in 2000 with a degree in Jazz Studies from the University of North Texas music program, where he played lead tenor saxophone in the grammy-nominated One o'Clock Lab Band. As a performer he has played on many recordings including the motion picture Trolls and accompanied acts such as Michael Bublé and Fitz and the Tantrums. Omaha-grown, he now lives in Los Angeles with his wife Niki, a singer and songwriter, and their three children. He is the younger brother of Nick Hexum, the vocalist for 311. Hexum lists his influences as including Elliott Smith, Nick Drake, Paul McCartney, Todd Rundgren, and Jeff Buckley. Hexum plays both guitar and saxophone.
Singer and songwriter who performed weekly at Hotel Café, Los Angeles and played saxophone for Michael Buble and Dredg. He released his debut album, Introducing Zack Hexum..., in 1998.
He received his B.A. from the University of North Texas where he studied jazz. He played with the One O'Clock Lab Band while in school.
His hit 2006 song, "How Many Times," was featured as an iTunes Single of the Week.
He was the youngest brother of 311 lead vocalist Nick Hexum and he performed on Nick's album My Shadow Pages from 2013.
He played keyboards, saxophone, guitar, and provided background vocals for Drake Bell's 2007, 2008, and 2009 summer tours.
University of North Texas College of Music alumni. Singers from Los Angeles