Williams Honor – Asbury Park NJ’s First Ever Country Duo Celebrate Their Rise Up the Charts in Nashville

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by Rich and Laura Lynch

Williams Honor. They are called Asbury Park, New Jersey’s first ever country duo. As you might expect they split their time in Nashville where some say they might be the next Johnny and June. Most recently they rocked the night away on Halloween as Gene and Paul.

Comprised of Gordon Brown and Regan Richards the country act from the East Coast have received four nominations at the 2016 Asbury Music Awards including Album of the Year and Song of the Year. They have already been featured on Nashville’s FOX and NBC affiliates as well NJ’s own NEWS12NJ spotlight stories.

Gordon says: “Our favorite music duos are something we look up to – in all genres!”

Come celebrate with the pair as their “No Umbrella” continues it’s amazing climb up the charts now at #28 and still heading upwards through an outpouring of fan and radio support. On Tuesday, November 7, 2017 Gordon and Regan can be found at Blue Bar in Nashville from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. as part of the Bar Frog Pre CMA Party.

Prior to forming Williams Honor, Brown was the primary songwriter for the critically-acclaimed Jersey shore band Highway 9 who landed a major label deal before heading to Nashville to record a follow-up to their amazing debut. Good news for fans of that band – Gordon told us that there is in fact a “lost” record that may eventually see the light of day. We hope so. Hey Gordon, can you send it to me?

Until that happens, there is a brand new #WH song and video for “Send It To Me” that’s already rolling as a Top 50 Music Row Country Breakout. Way to go! #WHArmy #musicrow #jerseycountry


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