Chancey Williams Is Ready For The Weekend In New Single "Paycheck Down."
Updated: Jul 26
Chancey Williams is ready for Friday!
Today the modern day cowboy is ready to drop a few bills on a good time in his toe tappin' new single Paycheck Down. The feel good weekend anthem is a swift return to the more traditional sounding country music that Chancey does best!
“Bout to fire me up a good time got on my drinkin’ boots / Gonna hit every honky tonk shoot that turkey off the roost / By end of the night it’ll be alright if there’s nothin’ left but smoke / Beneath them neon lights round town ‘Burnin’ this Paycheck Down’,” Williams signature twang sings ready to burn the midnight oil at his favorite watering hole.
"I love this song. It was the first song I ever wrote with my friend Brice Long. This is a young workin' man's tune,” Williams told The Boot. “The kid in the song is a ranch worker, but really it applies to any kind of blue collar hard work. Reminds me of when you're young and you just work all week for that paycheck, and then blow it on the weekend, figuring, "I'll worry about next week, next week. Haha."
The ode to blue collar workers everywhere invites them into the saddle bronc athlete-turned-country artist picture perfect Friday night! The drum heavy feel good tune makes it easy to be excited for a night out on the town.
Williams most recently stepped into the famous Opry circle and made his highly anticipated Grand Ole Opry debut on April 22. Next, he’ll take the Dr. Pepper Amp Stage at this year’s CMA Music Festival, performing Saturday, June 11.
UPCOMING TOUR DATES:
June 2 - Montrose Summer Music - Montrose, Colo.
June 8 - David Street Station (Orr’s Hope Foundation Benefit) - Casper, Wyo.
June 9 - 101 Wild West Rodeo - Ponca City, Okla.
June 11 - CMA Music Festival - Nashville, Tenn.
June 23 - Fort Hall Casino - Pocatello, Idaho
June 30 - Mandan Rodeo Days - Mandan, N.D.
July 1 - Killdeer Saddle Club Arena - Killdeer, N.D.
July 4 - I Bar Ranch - Gunnison, Colo.
July 28 - Headwaters Country Jam - Cardwell, Mont.