Abilene native Zane Williams moved back to his home state of Texas in 2008 and quickly began to forge a name for himself as a traditional country singer-songwriter with his honest lyrics and throwback style. Six albums later he’s racked up four #1 singles on the Texas charts, been invited to perform at the Grand Ole Opry, and amassed a huge following across our great state. The prolific songwriter also once took home the $20,000 Maxwell Song of the Year award in the John Lennon Songwriting Contest. For his latest album, Bringin’ Country Back, Zane not only wrote all eleven songs on the record he also produced it himself. Released in October of 2016, the album debuted at number 46 on the Billboard Top Country Album Chart and number 22 on the Heatseekers Chart. Avid Ranch fans will know several of his tunes like, “Overnight Success,” “Jayton and Jill”, “Little Too Late”, “Hands of a Working Man”, and his latest single “I Don’t Have a Heart.”
See Zane Williams along with Mike Ryan, Koe Wetzel, Shane Smith and the Saints and many more at Ranch Bash on Saturday October 21st at Panther Island in Fort Worth. Click here for tickets and info.