July 8-10, 2022
Zan grew up traversing the rows of red velvet seats at Auburn Ave, the dinner theater her family volunteered at. After years of being immersed in the world of theater, Zan took her first step out in front of an audience and discovered her transcendence on the stage. Beneath the lights she went from a quiet and mysterious girl to a bold and passionate performer. At the age of 12 she broke away from her classical music training and began exploring her gift in writing folk/pop songs with inspiration from artists like Florence And The Machine, Madison Cunningham, and Brandi Carlile. These songs eventually lead her to record and release her first 6 singles in 2018. She achieved over 2 million streams on Spotify alone.
Just 2 years later, Zan made her national debut on NBC’s “The Voice” as a top 9 finalist and received recognition for her dynamic performing and voice from Billboard magazine, Maggie Rogers, Camila Cabello, and the Indigo Girls. This exposure helped launch her career forward as she started a band and wrote and released her debut album “Sleeping Problems” just 4 months after the show’s end. She has since found herself performing with John Legend and Dave Mathews and in iconic Seattle venues such as The Moore Theater, The Triple Door, and Château St Michelle, leaving her audience awe-struck each time.