Located in Jonesboro, Arkansas, singer/songwriter Zach Williams led the Southern rock-band Zach Williams & the Reformation before turning toward inspirational music in his single career, rating a Christian strike solitary with 2016’s “String Breaker.” Given birth to in Pensacola, Florida, Williams grew up in Jonesboro, Arkansas. In 2007, he created the Reformation with guitarist Josh Copeland, guitarist Robby Rigsbee, bassist Crimson Dorton, and drummer Creed Slater. More than another five years, they toured the South and, sometimes, Europe. They trim two indie albums — 2009’s Electric powered Revival and 2011’s A Southern Providing — before disbanding in 2012. Following the break up, Williams changed toward religion, getting the worship head from the Central Baptist Cathedral in Jonesboro in 2014. He continuing to focus on music, today performing inspirational music. In 2016, he agreed upon with Provident’s Necessary imprint and released “String Breaker,” which became a Christian strike. The Jonathan Smith-produced String Breaker EP found its way to September of this year using a full-length record from the same name pursuing in Dec 2016.