Williams Honor – Opening For Neighborhood Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Bon Jovi at Madison Square Garden

Dreams Continue To Come True for Hot New Country Duo Williams Honor

– Opening For Neighborhood Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Bon Jovi at Madison Square Garden – 

kid from New Jersey that ever picks up a guitar or opens their mouth to
sing, grows up dreaming about performing at NYC’s iconic Madison Square
Garden. For Asbury Park’s very own Gordon Brown and Reagan Richards,
who make upcountry duo Williams Honor, their dreams continue to come true.

They will be appearing live at NYC’sMadison Square Gardenon Wednesday, May 9th at 7:30PM ET as direct support for hometown heroes Bon Jovi.

are thrilled to walk on one of the world’s most famous stages, opening
for one of the world’s most famous bands that we’ve all grown up with,”
says Brown. “It’s a true Jersey Shore invasion of NYC and I hope NJ
Transit (train and bus service) is prepared.” 

will be the second member of her family to appear at the famed venue.
Her Grandfather, Pittsburgh boxer, Hugh Haggerty, fought there on two
separate occasions, winning both fights, as well as his division. “I
grew up hearing about my Grandpa (my Mom’s Dad) fighting at MSG. It
feels so surreal to know that I, too, will be performing there, with my
Mom in the audience. That’s pretty special,” says Richards.

honor that they recently received was for Best Music Video this past
weekend at The Asbury Park Music & Film Festival for their debut
single Send It To Me.
The video was directed by George McMorrow of Cinecall Productions who
has been an avid supporter of many of Gordon’s projects through the
years including Asbury Park’s The Wave Gathering and Writers In The Raw.

continues, “It’s great to be acknowledged for your work and we’re
excited to accept this award from the Film Festival, especially for
George and everything he puts into his work. We think it defines what
the event is all about and truly tells our story. We shot it on location
at many of the legendary venues in Asbury Park and Nashville during CMA

again, Williams Honor is showing the world that Asbury Park isn’t too
far from Nashville. “You can see our story come to life in Send It To Me”
says Richards, “and we’re building the WHArmy brick by brick each day,
traveling across the country visiting radio and opening for our favorite

has already been quite a ride in the past three years they have been
together. They’ve released two singles to country radio, touring
nationally and visiting radio stations live on-air, hitting the Top
30 on the Music Row Country Breakout Chart with their second single No Umbrella(#27).They
were recently asked to “ride” through the streets of their musical
hometown performing their singles on top of the Light of Day float which
won 3rdplace
during the Asbury Park St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Their self-titled
debut album became the only country album ever to have national charting
singles written in Nashville and produced and recorded on the Jersey
Shore. GnR as their fans affectionately call them, are gearing up to
begin writing their second album in Nashville and New Jersey for the
next few months, with Gordon producing once again, recording will take
place simultaneously. A new single is expected sometime in late May. 

from Asbury Park, NJ’s legendary music scene, comes an unstoppable
collision of likeminded influence, chemistry and a true love for country
music. The duo consists of powerhouse singer and performer Reagan
Richards and producer/multi-instrumentalist Gordon Brown. After spending
years separately in Nashville and never running into each other, they
both were writing, recording and touring for other projects and artists.
The two met while doing a benefit for Hurricane Sandy victims in NJ and
fueled by the memory of their fathers, who were both lost way too soon,
Williams Honor was born.They have had major support from over 50
stations including East Coast friends at NASHFM, WKTU, WRWD, WBJB and
featured television broadcasts on Nashville’s FOX17, NBC Today in
Nashville, and Spotlight NJ with Della Crews on NJNEWS12. The Asbury
Park Press voted the song as one of the “Ten Best Songs of 2017.” 

About Reagan Richards:  Country
music artist and vocalist for national acts including Les Paul, Joan
Jett, David Gray, Cheap Trick, Social Distortion, Lisa Loeb, Bobby
Bandiera, among others. Reagan played the role of legendary Patsy Cline
in the NJ production of “Always, Patsy Cline,” where she acted and sang
27 songs from her catalogue to a ten-night sold out run which gained
critical acclaim.www.facebook.com/reaganrichards


About Gordon Brown:
Gordon built his career as the main songwriter and guitarist for Asbury
Park national label and touring acts mR.rEALITY, Samhill, and HWY9.
He’s been hired to write, produce, tour and help develop careers with
emerging artists likeJessie James Decker, Natalie Stovall, Jackson
Harris, ABC show Rising Star’s Audrey Kate, NBC show The Voice’s Audra McLaughlin, among others.www.facebook.com/gordon1brown

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