Nathan Colt Young was raised in the small community of Delhi, TX 50 miles southeast of Austin, Texas. Being raised in the country, Nathan has always had a love for country music from classic, traditional, modern, outlaw movement to Texas/Red Dirt which is what he likes to sing the most by just "Keepin It Country". At a very young age Nathan loved to entertain people with his singing and dancing. At the age of 9 he began taking piano lessons, during high school he played the saxophone and during college he decided to learn to play the guitar. Many artists have influenced and inspired him over the years: George Strait, Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash, Chris Ledoux, Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard.
During the last 6 years, Nathan has performed in various places in Texas, from Houston, to Luckenbach all the way to Terlingua and has opened for numerous headliners and to name a few are: Rick Trevino, Johnny Rodriguez, Moe Bandy, Ray Wylie Hubbard and Kevin Fowler.

Without a doubt, country music has been a big part of this young mans life. At a young age, Brady was introduced to Traditional Country Music and Western Swing and now loves listening, playing and writing that style of music. The enjoyment of taking the stage and watching people dance and have a good time is a high he can't get enough of.


Brady has loved to sing and play country tunes since he was a little boy. His first live appearance/performance on stage (at 5 years old) was with Western Swing Hall of Fame Singer/Fiddle player Jody Nix & The Texas Cowboys in Midland, Texas. Now he travels from dancehall-to-dancehall singing and playing, enjoying every minute of the performance. His first album "Nothin' To Lose" will be released early summer of 2013. The album includes both original music written by Brady Honeycutt himself, as well as cover tunes that he grew up loving.





Featuring the awesome talents of


Big John Mills

Big John Mills

Lead Guitar

Frank Cavitt

Frank Cavitt



Gary Brock

Bass Guitar


Frank Iarossi


Craig Schmidt

Craig Schmidt

Pedal Steel Guitar


Don Raby