Zach Zurn

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Born (1991-12-07) December 7, 1991 (age 31)
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
  • Guitar
  • Vocals
  • Bass guitar
  • Keys

Zachary Richard Horvath Zurn (born December 7, 1991) is a singer, songwriter, and Record producer based in Rochester, Minnesota. Zach owns and operates Carpet Booth Studios, a music recording studio in Rochester[1]. He is also a member of Author, an indie rock band in Minneapolis, Minnesota[2].


Zach was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Growing up, Zach played in small bands, toured, and wrote songs. At thirteen, he became interested in the recording side of music and built a makeshift production studio that used carpet scraps for sound deadening, which became the inspiration for Carpet Booth Studios' name. Zurn graduated from Century High School in Rochester, Minnesota in 2010[3] and earned a bachelor's degree in music from Winona State University in 2014.[4] After seeing a need for a production and recording studio to serve the emerging music scene in Rochester, Zurn founded Carpet Booth Studios in 2017 before purchasing a church building the following year for his growing business[5].

Notable works

Song/Album Title Artist Year US Chart US Alt Chart US Pop Chart AUS Chart CAN Chart IRE Chart NZ Chart UK Chart WW Chart Billboard Emerging Artists Chart iTunes Album Chart iTunes R&B Album Chart iTunes Country Music Chart Awards/Recognitions/Certifications Credits
"Oops" Yung Gravy 2020 40[6] 38[7] - - - - - - - RIAA: Gold[8] Zach Zurn: Recording Engineer, Matthew Hauri: Composer/Featured Artist, Ken "Duro" Ifill: Composer, Valentino Khan: Composer[9]
"Third St SW" EP Aaron Simmons 2020 5[10] - Zach Zurn: Recording Engineer, Mix Engineer, Mastering Engineer
"Music is Medicine -EP" Doctor Elvis & Doctor Robinson 2020 21[11] 8 1 Zach Zurn: Recording Engineer, Mix Engineer, Mastering Engineer
"Betty (Get Money)" Yung Gravy 2022 30[12] - 23[13] 25[14] 36[15] 50[16] 23[17] 73[18] 81[19] - RIAA: Gold[20] Zach Zurn: Recording Engineer/Vocalist, Matthew Hauri: Composer/Featured Artist, Dwilly: Producer, Nick Seeley: Producer[21]

Awards and nominations

  • Nominated for Midwest Country Music Organization's 2021 Studio Engineer of the Year[22]


  1. "Zach Zurn of Carpet Booth Studios can pump up your audio". Rochester Post Bulletin. 2022-07-14. Retrieved 2022-11-08.
  2. "Author". Mid West Music Fest. Retrieved 2022-11-07.
  3. "Century High School 2010 graduating class". Rochester Post Bulletin. 2010-06-03. Retrieved 2022-11-08.
  4. "Zach Zurn — All Stories". Rochester Rising. Retrieved 2022-11-08.
  5. "Studio Shorts: Studio 65 and Carpet Booth Studios". 2020-03-12. Retrieved 2022-11-08.
  6. devops (2013-01-02). "Alternative Airplay". Billboard. Retrieved 2022-10-02.
  7. devops (2013-01-02). "Pop Airplay". Billboard. Retrieved 2022-10-02.
  8. "Gold & Platinum". RIAA. Retrieved 2022-10-02.
  9. "Jaxsta". Retrieved 2022-10-02.
  10. msumadvocate (2020-09-30). "MSUM Alumnus Makes Waves in Country Music". MSUM Advocate. Retrieved 2022-10-02.
  11. Zellner, Xander; Zellner, Xander (2020-04-28). "Singing Surgeons Dr. Elvis & Dr. Robinson Debut on Billboard's Charts". Billboard. Retrieved 2022-10-02.
  12. tolsen (2013-01-02). "Billboard Hot 100". Billboard. Retrieved 2022-10-02.
  13. devops (2013-01-02). "Pop Airplay". Billboard. Retrieved 2022-10-02.
  14. "ARIA Top 50 Singles Chart". Retrieved 2022-10-02.
  15. "Billboard Canadian Hot 100: Week of September 17, 2022". Billboard. Retrieved October 2, 2022.
  16. "Official Irish Singles Chart Top 50 | Official Charts Company". Retrieved 2022-10-02.
  17. "The Official New Zealand Music Chart". THE OFFICIAL NZ MUSIC CHART. Retrieved 2022-10-02.
  18. "YUNG GRAVY | full Official Chart History | Official Charts Company". Retrieved 2022-10-02.
  19. Cabral, R. J. (2020-09-15). "Billboard Global 200". Billboard. Retrieved 2022-10-02.
  20. "Gold & Platinum". RIAA. Retrieved 2022-10-02.
  21. "Jaxsta". Retrieved 2022-10-02.
  22. "2021 Midwest Country Music Awards -". Retrieved 2022-11-14.

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