Rising Country artist Wynn Williams has been tapped to perform two
nights in a row for the Professional Bull Riding Chicago Invitational
Official Afterparty at Joe’s Bub City in Chicago, Illinois. The
performances take place on January 10th and 11th at the bustling live
music venue.

One of Texas’ most promising newcomers, the Fort Worth native is a
natural fit for the PBR event thanks to his years of steer wrestling in
high school and college.

The 25-year-old Williams already has hundreds of performances under his
belt, including at the National Finals Rodeo, Rodeo Houston, and the
Fort Worth Livestock Show & Rodeo. Wynn Williams has also shared the
stage with plenty of his Texas contemporaries, including Randy Rogers
Band, Josh Abbott Band, Randall King, Parker McCollum, Stoney LaRue, and

Williams’ back-to-back Chicago performances come just two weeks before
his self-titled debut album releases. The 14-track record extends his
earlier 5-song EP, which features first single “Man What a Woman” and
current single “Yeah Buddy.” The album is produced by Roger Brown.

“The vision I had for this album was to have something for every kind of
country music fan,” Williams says. “The album is full of stories about
real life. In my experience, life is truly a rollercoaster ride full of
ups and downs, and I want to share those stories and experiences with
fans of all genres. With that said, you can’t take yourself too
seriously, so having fun while you’re living is what it’s all about!”

About Wynn Williams

As a steer wrestler throughout high school and college, eventually
earning a communication degree from Texas A&M, the rodeo life
closely mimics that of a touring country artist. The lessons learned
from years in a competitive and intense sport are serving him well on
the national stage as he launches his new album. The compilation
showcases the cowboy lifestyle Williams loves so much and introduces a
unique neo-traditional country sound invoking artists like George Strait
and Keith Whitley. Williams’ country music is a family tradition left
behind from a grandfather he never met. Warren Edwards was a singer and
musician invited to join Bob Wills and The Texas Playboys as a touring
musician during their prime. Warren unfortunately had to decline the
offer as his responsibilities lay at home with his wife and daughters,
but every now and then Wynn will surprise his audience with some western
swing as tribute. As Wynn continues to play his songs to large
audiences, he just hopes the soon-to-be released album resonates with
his loyal fan base. Not only will this collection find fans falling in
love with Wynn, it will remind them why they fell in love with country


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