SongVault Artist Profile
North Carolina, United States
Rock / Americana
Zeigler’s music career has been a steady, consistent progression, all of which point to growth and maturity of a seasoned, stellar songwriter. His years fronting roots-rock band Grantham Road around Pennsylvania and the surrounding states produced 3 albums, numerous radio singles that generated air-play across the country, sharing the stage with national bands like Hootie and the Blowfish, Saving Jane, Jeffery Gaines and the Badlees, along with playing festivals with Jars of Clay, the Subdudes and others in the northeast. Flint has also built a fan base that has stuck by him over into his solo career. Grantham Road album “Parade” charted at #26 in the Roots Music chart and Flint’s verison of Neil Young’s “Love is a Rose” has been a favorite since it’s release in 2006.
Origivation Magazine said “....the heart of (the music) is, unquestionably, frontman Flint Zeigler’s gravely and extremely pleasant voice....” . NEPAtoday.com agreed, calling Zeigler’s voice "infectious" and Helen Liecht of WXPN in Philadelphia also praised Flint’s vocals after adding his version of ‘Angels We Have Heard on High’ to the WXPN music library. Flint’s mature song writing has also earned him approval with many audiences and critics. HBGonline.com compared his song writing with greats such as The Allman Brothers and Skynyrd, saying the songs “...contain lyrical innovation that is a shade sharper than anything country has thought of in decades....”.
Flint's songs have been heard nationwide on stations like WXPN (Philadelphia, PA). WNNK (Harrisburg, PA), WACC (Middletown, CT), WXPK (New York, NY), WBCG (Port Charlotte, FL), KNBA (Anchorage, AK), along with stations in South Carolina, Ohio, and Virginia.