Pop singer/songwriter Zac Poor grew up in the small town of Fairfield, Montana (the self-proclaimed "Malting Barley Capital of the World"). Musical from a young age, Poor eventually relocated to Los Angeles and began the difficult job of carving out a name amidst a sea of struggling artists with the same goal. Eventually, he caught the ear of Swedish composer/producer Adam Anders (one half of the music team behind the hit television show Glee) and publisher/New Heights Entertainment managing partner Alan Melina, both of whom saw promise in Poor, and promptly got him into the studio to begin recording his debut album. The EP, Let’s Just Call it Heartbreak, accompanied by the single “She’ll Be Breaking Hearts,” arrived in 2010.
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