With A Thousand Horses.
Warren Zeiders was just 22 years old when he signed his first recording contract with Warner Records. After a series of live covers, “Ride The Lightning” caught fire and ignited a community of true believers before he’d ever toured or played outside his hometown of Hershey, PA. Zeiders’ distinctive, high energy country music is powered by a steady supply of youthful grit, honesty, muscle, and then, there’s that voice; a world-weary, lived-in, honeyed growl that belie his young years. Recently relocated to Nashville—the now 23-year-old singer/songwriter delivers outlaw sermons in his unmistakable authenticity.
A Thousand Horses made history in June 2015, when the band's "Smoke" became the first debut single for a group to reach #1 on the Country Airplay charts in the 2010s. The song went PLATINUM, with the follow-up hit "(This Ain't No) Drunk Dial" also cracking Top 40 success. Both singles appeared on their debut album, SOUTHERNALITY, which reached #3 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart. Over the years that followed, bandmates Michael Hobby, Bill Satcher, Zach Brown, and Graham DeLoach found similar success on the road, touring the country with acts like Jason Aldean and Lynyrd Skynyrd. Reclaiming their independence in 2022, A Thousand Horses has now launched a new chapter in their career with applauded sophomore album, BROKEN HEARTLAND, released via their own label Highway Sound Records. Continuing to showcase their signature blend of Country music and American Rock & Roll, the project features 10 new tracks including standouts like “When I Hear Your Name,” “Another Mile,” “Never Liked the Rain” and more.