"Hello World" Video Premiere On The Boot


Texas country troubadour Zane Williams is premiering the lyric video for his song "Hello World" exclusively for readers of The Boot.

Based in Dallas, Texas, Williams has long been a country music traditionalist, and his dedication to that classic sound is evident on "Hello World." Williams describes the song as "a song about the thankfulness of being alive and the enjoyment of the beauty in nature."
"I've always been in love with the outdoors, attracted to a simpler way of life with a deeper connection to nature and our surroundings," Williams tells The Boot. "My parents and brother are not that way ... [but] I married into a family that loves the outdoors ... It's a perfect fit!"

"Hello World" was inspired by Williams' childhood, when he'd wander through the hills of West Virginia and fish for bluegill in Kentucky with his grandfather. These days, he's a father himself - to a 7-year-old boy and a 4-year-old girl - and road life is making it difficult to enjoy time in nature as much as Williams would like.
"Finding time to be outdoors is harder than ever, and yet I need it more than ever - a chance to unwind, a chance to slow down, a chance to forget about all the craziness of this life I've constructed and just sit still and listen to nature," he says. "I hope this song encapsulates that feeling for others like it does for me."

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"Bringin' Country Back" Single #1 At Texas Radio!

"Bringin' Country Back" at #1

"Bringin' Country Back" is our 5th #1 single!

So thankful to have the support of radio and all the fans who #vote4realcountrymusic and support independent artists like me!

Winners Of The 'Bringin' Country Back' Pre-Order Contest Announced


congrats to the winners of the pre-order contest!

We'll be in touch with you if need be, and your prizes will be mailed shortly!

Standard Hat Works Custom Hat
- Jimmy Kendzierski (Royse City, TX)

Wrapped ZW Guitar
- Dakota Ayres (Gatesville, TX)

Handwritten Lyrics
- Anna Bufkin (Colorado Springs, CO)
- Ellett, Blaine (Calera, OK)
- Matthew Panak (McKinney, TX)
- Bill Rawlings (Springfield, MO)
- Lisa Henthorn (The Woodlands, TX)

Concert Tickets (2 tickets to the show of your choice! Email to redeem)
- Kathy Beckner (Lexington, MO)
- Salena Cantwell (Broken Arrow, OK)
- Kristina Neu (Gainesville, TX)
- Caroline Brooks (Lipan, TX)
- Kathryn Kovaric (San Marcos, TX)
- Justin Brown (Hutto, TX)
- Craig Youngblood (Fort Worth, TX)
- Dennis Durkee (Corpus Christi, TX)
- Liz Middleton (Lake Dallas, TX)
- Mike Thornton (Weatherford, TX)

Complete Zane Williams Catalog (CDs)
- Rhet Roberson (Huntsville, AL)
- Joanie Haffner (Avoca, WI)
- Brad A League (Waterloo, NE)
- Robin Gratton (Boise, ID)
- April Holcomb (Port St. Lucie, FL)
- Rita Watson (Red Boiling Springs, TN)
- Brett Hendrix (Lorena, TX)
- Charles Clark (Garland, TX)
- Darik Jones (Worden, IL)
- Michael Demsky (Melissa, TX)


Bringin' Country Back

When Zane put together his first band at age 33, he was a decade older than most of the new artists on the scene, and much more experienced as a songwriter, yet his obvious love of performing and connecting with his fans infused his shows with a youthful passion. Bringin' Country Back melds that passion with his hard-earned experience as a performer and producer to create his most confident work yet. "I just love country music, and I don't want to see it fall by the wayside," he says. "I wanted to create a laid-back, old-school country album that folks could listen to on the back porch with the sun going down. It's nothing fancy, but it's real." And isn't that what country music should be?

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Country Singer-Songwriter Zane Williams Finds His Footing In Texas


...[T]hings are on an upswing for this seasoned artist. A new album, Bringing Country Back, is coming out this month. A release-accompanying headlining gig is scheduled for Oct. 20 at Billy Bob's in Fort Worth. Though he's called four other states home over the course of his 39 years, there's certainly no other place he'd rather be at the moment.

Source: Dallas Observer