The Younger Brothers Band

The Younger Brothers Band


Packed with solid honky tonk sounds, The Younger Brothers band is sure to keep the drinks pourin' and your feet a two steppin'.


Chris Ledoux, George Strait, and the Younger Brothers? Possible!

“Simple Classic country, with a twist of modern southern rock.”
- Concert go-er

“A pound-the-pavement, on the road type of band.”
-The News Record

These 4 young men from small town’s in Wyoming, live up to the image of country, and are sure to take you by surprise.

With musical influences ranging from country greats by the likes of Christ Ledoux, and George Strait, to the Eagles, and Jimi Hendrix, you will hear a musical maturity beyond their years in the debut album “Road between the rodeos.”

Nothing is more exciting to this group of young men than to be playing in front of a live audience. Not even competing in rookie bronc riding at the worlds most famous rodeo, Cheyenne Frontier Days- Daddy of ‘em All, could compare to the thrill it was to open for lead singer Chancey Williams musical influence, Chris Ledoux.
“It was just unreal, Chris is from Wyoming, robe bucking horses, and sings. He’s everything I want to be.”
Setting a new areana record with a score of 82, he is well on is way.
“I don’t know if I was more nervous riding bucking horse in Cheyenne or opening for Chris. It was the largest audience we’ve ever played for. It was great.”

Laughter and energy is the staple that makes up a Younger Brothers show.
You will find yourself swept out on the dance floor with such songs as “She doesn’t know what she’s missing” and the title cut “Road between the rodeos.”

Sure to always be a crowd pleaser “The Girl of my Dreams” will leave you holding a little tighter to your sweetheart. “The Girl of my Dreams” was written by talented piano player, songwriter, and fellow band mate Gabe Springteen, who’s life was tragically cut short by a single-car accident while on his way to a gig they were playing in Buffalo, Wyoming.


"Road Between the Rodeos" Debut album recorded in Nashville, TN in June of 2006.

Set List

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