Rising neo-traditional country music artist, Chancey Williams, has signed with WME. Williams has been busy performing over 125 dates this year across the nation, from the National Finals Rodeo (NFR), to the Greeley Stampede with Cody Johnson.
WME has rosters across multiple forms of media and is also home to county music stars Garth Brooks, Eric Church, Brad Paisley, and Chris Stapleton, among others.
Prior to signing with WME, the group had the opportunity to support dates with Cody Johnson, Casey Donahew and Aaron Watson, as well as share the stage with their heroes, like Toby Keith, Alabama and Dwight Yoakam.
Williams will be performing at the PBR World Finals this November in Las Vegas and will return in December during the National Finals Rodeo for performances at The Thomas & Mack Center, The Southpoint Casino, Gilley's and The Mirage.
Renewing the traditional roots of country music for young fans and old spirits who care attracted to his honest ode to the Old West, Williams was recently chosen to represent Wyoming as one of the five artists featured in the USA Through Music campaign that airs as a short film on BBC World News.
Williams also recently became the only country music star to enter into a multi-year endorsement deal with CINCH® Jeans & Shirts.
The saddle bronc rider turned singer-songwriter's latest album, Rodeo Cold Beer, debuted in the Top 10 on the iTunes Country album chart.
The current single off the forthcoming album, "Tonight We're Drinkin'," debuted at no. 6 on iTunes New Country Chart and made it's live debut at the sold-out 98th annual Greeley Stampede, prior to Cody Johnson's performance. "Tonight We're Drinkin'," was co-written by Jody Stevens (co-producer on Luke Bryan’s Kill the Lights album). It is the third single off their forthcoming album produced by Trent Willmon (who also produced Cody Johnson).
Country Rebel debuted Williams' second single off the album, “Wyoming Wind," a classic country ballad that has won the hearts of traditional country music fans.