About The Rusty Brothers
The Rusty Brothers are a four-piece band from Dallas, TX. In almost five years together, they have developed a sound that is as Texas country as Cory Morrow and Jason Boland, as progressive country as Pat Green, and as southern rock as Cross Canadian Ragweed and Lynyrd Skynyrd. The group has played many shows and are experienced in the country music industry. They live and die by a simple mantra: unforgettable live performance. The Rusty Brothers have grown quite a fan base over the past couple years throughout Texas and Oklahoma and have extended their listening base as far as Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana. Opening for acts such as Pat Green, Cory Morrow, Stoney Larue, Macon Greyson, Aaron Watson and various others, they have been asked back to numerous private events, clubs, and fundraisers. The Rusty Brothers have just finished their third studio CD, Produced by Tommy Detamore and Rondal Huckaby (member of George Strait's Ace in the Hole Band) in Floresville, Texas. Members of George Strait's Ace in the Hole band have contributed on both Albums. The brothers are Steven McWilliams on the lead vocals and rhythm guitar, Daniel McWilliams on backup vocals and lead guitar, and Andrew McWilliams on bass. They hire outstanding drummers to complete their rhythm section. Throughout late 2007, the band has been working on the before mentioned “Love, Guitars, and Whiskey” album. A Rusty Brothers show is an undeniably great experience, and the group looks forward to building a community centered on superior Texas Country Music for the rest of their careers.