After last year’s sold out Madison Square Garden performance with Bon Jovi, country duo Williams Honorhas
been tapped to take the arena stage once more, opening for another one
of their favorite artists— newly crowned ACM & CMA Entertainer of
the Year, the country chart topping, guitar slinging, international
superstar, Keith Urban.
This performance will be on Saturday, August 17, 2019in Atlantic City, NJ at the Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena. Tickets are now on sale atwww.hardrockhotels.com/atlantic-city.
duo has also announced a few more high-profile spots in front of career
artists. Sunday, June 23, 2019 in Tappan, NY, Williams Honor will
perform acoustically right in front of the legendary and Grammy-winning
artist John Prine,
one of Americana and country music’s most influential songwriters.
Tickets are on sale now for the Rockland Bergen Music Festival.
Farm Festival in Elmer, NJ is also bringing Williams Honor with their
full band back again this year on Sunday, June 2, 2019 to perform right
before American rock band Southern Culture on the Skidswho
have continued to electrify audiences around the world over the last
thirty years. This is an outdoor festival event with family activities,
multiple live acts and food tents.
summer performances are taking place while Williams Honor is currently
working on their upcoming album. Their full band performances will once
again showcase some of Jersey Shore’s finest musicians including Scott
Bradoka, Ron Haney, Arne Wendt, David Halpern, Bobby Mahoney, Nick
Douglas, Tom Cottone, John Harvey and others.
NBC’s Today in Nashvillejust had this duo premiere their unreleased single Steplive
on-air and even got the co-hosts to come up and sing along with them.
“The new album is a breakup record and you might think that solely means
‘tear in your beer’ sad songs,” says lead vocalist Reagan Richards.
“This song, however, is about empowerment and freedom.”
They were also asked to ride through the streets of Asbury Park, their musical hometown, again this year and performStepon top of the 1st Constitution
Bank parade float in the Asbury Park St. Patrick’s Day Parade. The duo
then took a quick test run with the new single on country stations in
Upstate New York while making early morning radio appearances in Warsaw,
Utica, Watertown, Syracuse, where their last two singles got tremendous
has been quite a ride in the past three years since their debut
release. Their self-titled debut album has become the only country album
ever to have national charting singles written in Nashville and New
Jersey and produced and recorded on the Jersey Shore. They’ve brought
two singles to country radio, toured nationally and performed at radio
stations live on-air, hitting the Top 30 on the Music Row Country
Breakout Chart with their second single No Umbrella(#27). Their video for Send It To Me(shot on location in Asbury Park and Nashville) won 2018 Best Music Video at the Asbury Park Music & Film Festival.
have experienced so much together touring everywhere,” says Richards,
“but the unbelievable support from radio across the nation, and of
course our beloved WHArmy is truly priceless. We’re carving our careers
the only way we know how, by writing good songs, making good records,
getting out there to perform and connect with a true passionate
audience.” ‘G & R’ as the WHArmy affectionately call them; have been
working on their second album in Nashville and New Jersey for the last
few months, with Gordon Brown producing once again. The new single is
planned for August 2019 with full album to follow.