Chancey Williams Joins Aaron Watson Tour for Midwest Dates

Chancey Williams and the Younger Brothers Band is looking forward to joining Aaron Watson’s tour this January in North and South Dakota. The band first met Watson in 2016 while headling at the ICE Festival in Toulon, France. Since then they have also joined Watson in Nebraska and Kansas. Chancey also appeared with Watson on “Outside the Barrel” with Flint Rassmussen on RFD-TV last December.

Catch the YBB at the Sanctuary Events Center in Fargo, ND on January 18th, or at The District in Sioux Falls the following night. Get your tickets here

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CW&YBB Back in Deadwood with Casey Donahew

Chancey Williams and the Younger Brothers Band will be making a return to Deadwood, South Dakota for the third annual Deadwood Red Dirt Festival. The band is excited to be back at the Deadwood Mountain Grand, sharing the stage with Texas-favorite, Casey Donahew.

You’re not going to want to miss this party! Get your tickets here

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Photo Flash: Country Music Sensations Perform During DOWNTOWN HOEDOWN at Fremont Street Experience

On Wednesday, Dec. 6, Fremont Street Experience kicked off “12 Days of Country” with free live entertainment during the 31st Annual Downtown Hoedown in downtown Las Vegas. Rodeo fans celebrated the return of Wrangler National Finals Rodeo (NFR) and danced the night away under the iconic Viva Vision canopy while country music superstars Kip Moore, Neal McCoy, Michael Ray, Carly Pearce, Drake White and The Big Fire, and Chancey Williams and the Younger Brothers Band delivered boot-stomping performances on all three stages.

Chancey Williams and the Younger Brothers Band kicked off the night on the Main Street Stage with some of their most popular hits. Shortly after, Drake White and The Big Fire took over the 1st Street Stage, performing their honkytonk tunes.

Over on the 3rd Street Stage, Carly Pearce hyped up the crowd as she delivered a rowdy performance with back-to-back hits from her debut album including “Every Little Thing,” which peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart. Michael Ray kept the party going on the Main Street Stage with an hour-long set featuring his No. 1 hit singles, “Kiss You in the Morning” and “Think A Little Less,” followed by “Real Men Love Jesus.”

Afterward, country fans immediately went wild as Neal McCoy took over the 1st Street Stage and showed off his signature sounds with chart-topping hits including “The City Put the Country Back in Me,” “The Shake,” “They’re Playing Our Song” and “Beer Goggles On.” Later in the evening, world-renowned country star Kip Moore wrapped up the 31st Annual Downtown Hoedown on the 3rd Street Stage with an unforgettable performance featuring famous hits such as “‘Bout a Truck,” “I’m to Blame,” “Beer Money,” and “More Girls Like You.”

Photo Credit: Black Raven Films

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Chancey Williams and the Younger Brothers Band to Perform During the 9th Round of the NFR in Las Vegas

Chancey Williams and the Younger Brothers Band are thrilled to be back for the 2017 National Finals Rodeo. The band is set to perform for the Opening Ceremony of the 9th Round of the NFR on December 15, 2017.

“Our fans are rodeo/ranch people. It’s just all friends and tight-knit people here,” said Williams, “it’s a wonderful experience. I love it. The NFR is my favorite 10 days of the year.”

This is the band’s second year performing at the famed Thomas & Mac Center. They performed their hit, “She Loves Me Anyway” at the 2016 Opening Ceremonies in front of 18,000+ people.

Watch the 2016 Opening Ceremony Here!

Chancey Williams named Rocky Mountain CMA’s Entertainer of the Year

Chancey Williams and the Younger Brothers Band had a successful night at the Rocky Mountain Country Music Awards, taking home two awards. The band was named the RMCMA’s, Entertainer of the Year and also took home the RMCMA’s Album of the Year for their latest album, Rodeo Cold Beer.

The band received four nominations at this year’s Rocky Mountain CMAs, where “Rodeo Cold Beer” was also up for Song of the Year.  The band is also extremely proud of their fiddle player, Brooke Latka, who was nominated for the Rocky Mountain CMA’s Musician of the Year.

This is Chancey Williams and the Younger Brothers’ second year celebrating a major RMCMA win. Their song “Down with That” took home Song of the Year in 2016.

Rodeo Cold Beer added to the Country Network

The music video for the title track of Chancey Williams’ latest album, Rodeo Cold Beer, has recently been added to the rotation on The Country Network, reaching more than 40 million households and most major U.S. metro markets. The video was also successful among CW&YBB fans, garnering 350,000+ views on Facebook in the first 48 hours.

Watch the “Rodeo Cold Beer” music video here!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lsp_jjcJKj0

CHANCEY WILLIAMS & THE YOUNGER BROTHERS BAND TO RELEASE NEW ALBUM, RODEO COLD BEER, ON FRIDAY MAY 19

Rodeo Cold Beer, the new album by Wyoming’s Chancey Williams is set to be released on May 19, 2017. The popular country artists’ “Rodeo Cold Beer” tour will kick off with dates in Pueblo, CO and at the legendary Miles City Bucking Horse Sale. The upcoming tour will also include dates with Tyler Farr, Clay Walker, and High Valley.

The album has already garnered some positive feedback through the lead-single, “Down With That,” released last summer. The song featured a successful music video and was awarded “Song of the Year” at the Rocky Mountain Country Music Awards.

Williams co-wrote much of the album with Nashville’s singer-songwriter, Trent Willmon. Willmon has songwriting credits with a variety of popular country artists, including Eric Church, Little Big Town, and Brad Paisley, among others. “I love working with Chancey,” said Willmon, “he is the real deal. He knows how to entertain a crowd and has a great song sense, and he has that cowboy work ethic, respect, and good nature that is almost impossible to find these days.” Grammy Award-winning and ACM nominated audio engineer, Mills Logan, also produced the album.

Rodeo Cold Beer is the much anticipated follow up to the band’s highly successful album, Echo, which found itself appearing on Billboard’s Heatseekers Albums Chart. The album is currently available for pre-order on iTunes or Google Play and will be released worldwide on May 19, available for purchase anywhere you can buy music online. The album’s title track will be accompanied by a music video, premiering on the same day.

CHANCEY WILLIAMS TO CO-HEADLINE THE MIRAGE

(Las Vegas, NV) – Chancey Williams and the Younger Brothers Band will be returning to Las Vegas this year. The band is excited to announce that they will be co-headlining The Mirage on December 5th and 6th.

Already attracting record label attention with their large grass roots fan-base and relentless touring, the band is ready to take their own brand of rocking, wild, Wyoming country music back to Las Vegas. “We’re excited to come back to Vegas for the NFR,” said Chancey Williams, “I’m a former saddle bronc rider myself, so I’m always excited to play shows like this where I’m truly in my element. This will be a party!”

“Down with That” and “Silhouette,” are the latest single releases from Chancey Williams & the Younger Brothers, coming out in advance of a new album expected for May of 2017. The band will fly to Vegas from Nashville, where work on the release continues. This past summer the band embarked on a tour that was pretty crazy, even by the standards of the seasoned performers and crew. They shared with stage with Aaron Watson, Old Dominion, Sawyer Brown, Tracy Lawrence, and Reckless Kelly. Tour stops included numerous State Fairs, Music Festivals, swings into Las Vegas, and even France. But, in a year of highlights, it was the opportunity to play during the NFR opening ceremonies, above all others, reminded the band of how far they have come. “It’s a pretty big honor for, us, you know. They say it’s the busiest night at the NFR—the first Saturday, so, we get to play one song in front of 18,000 people,” said Chancey Williams, “We’ve been really fortunate. Things are really going our way, you know, we’ve been at it a long time but it always just keeps going up. “

Chancey Williams and the Younger Brothers are excited for the opportunity to connect with fans at this year’s Rodeo Vegas Party. “Chancey is definitely an inside favorite of the rodeo contestants,” said KC Jones of Rodeo Vegas, “they are really excited that he gets to play this years Rodeo Vegas Party at The Mirage.” The band will be co-headlining with the Davisson Brothers on December 5th and again on December 6th with Glen Templeton. Both shows start at 9pm.

CHANCEY WILLIAMS TO APPEAR ON “OUTSIDE THE BARREL” WITH FLINT RASMUSSEN

(Las Vegas, NV) – Chancey Williams and the Younger Brothers Band are excited to announce their return Las Vegas for this year’s NFR. While in Vegas, Chancey Williams will be appearing on Flint Rasmussen’s, “Outside the Barrel” on December 4th.

Already attracting record label attention with their large grass roots fan-base and relentless touring, the band is ready to take their own brand of rocking, wild, Wyoming country music back to Las Vegas. “We’re excited to come back to Vegas for the NFR,” said Chancey Williams, “I’m a former saddle bronc rider myself, so I’m always excited to play shows like this where I’m truly in my element. This will be a party!”

“Down with That” and “Silhouette,” are the latest single releases from Chancey Williams & the Younger Brothers, coming out in advance of a new album expected for May of 2017. The band will fly to Vegas from Nashville, where work on the release continues. This past summer the band embarked on a tour that was pretty crazy, even by the standards of the seasoned performers and crew. They shared with stage with Aaron Watson, Old Dominion, Sawyer Brown, Tracy Lawrence, and Reckless Kelly. Tour stops included numerous State Fairs, Music Festivals, swings into Las Vegas, and even France. But, in a year of highlights, it was the opportunity to play during the NFR opening ceremonies, above all others, reminded the band of how far they have come. “It’s a pretty big honor for, us, you know. They say it’s the busiest night at the NFR—the first Saturday, so, we get to play one song in front of 18,000 people,” said Chancey Williams, “We’ve been really fortunate. Things are really going our way, you know, we’ve been at it a long time but it always just keeps going up. “

Rasmussen’s program, “Outside the Barrel,” has played host to Kenny Rogers, Joe Nichols, Taylor Swift, Tim McGraw, and countless other stars over the last 20 years. Chancey Williams always looks forward to sitting down with the legendary rodeo clown. “Chancey has become one of my favorite guests of all time,” said Rasmussen, “year after year he and his crew entertain and interact with our live audience like only they can. Chancey is a true friend of our show!”