Miss Willie Brown Disbands

Amanda (left) and Kasey
photo by Chapman Baehler/The Greenroom PR

Hopes were high for the dynamic female duo called Miss Willie Brown. Sadly, the girls have announced they have decided to part ways.

The news came on their website:

To Our Dear and Loyal Fans,

We would like to share some news with all of you and look forward to your support and understanding. We have decided to part ways as a band to pursue our separate dreams. With Kasey’s and your support, I will be continuing my career in music as Amanda Watkins and carrying on the heart and soul on which Miss Willie Brown was built. I support Kasey as she decides to take a break from the world of music. I’m sure as you have seen over the past few years, there is nothing that will ever come between us.

The songs that you have been loving and playing will be ever present on my solo journey. It’s going to be a great year with lots to come! And I promise to keep you updated every step of the way through touring, videos, posts and most of all music.

Thank you for all the support you have shown us. You are honestly the greatest fans.

Love,

Amanda & Kasey

It is unclear what Kasey Buckley's plans are; however, her background is in acting.

Country music fans will know Miss Willie Brown from their single “You’re All That Matters to Me” and its hilarious video, their tour with Dierks Bentley and Josh Thompson and their performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! prior to signing a recording contract.

Our best wishes go out to Kasey and Amanda as they enter this next stage of their careers.

Miss Willie Brown playing “Bonafied” on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Miss Willie Brown “You’re All That Matters to Me”

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