James & Michael Younger

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James & Michael Younger
Also known as The Younger Brothers
Origin Edinburg, Texas
Genres Country
Years active 1982–1986
Labels MCA, Permian, AIR
Past members James Williams
Michael Williams

James & Michael Younger, also known as The Younger Brothers, were an American country music group from Edinburg, Texas composed of brothers James and Michael Williams. Their eponymous debut album was released in 1983 by MCA Records. Its first single, "Nothing but the Radio On," reached the Top 20 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart in 1982.[1]



Year Album Label
1983 James & Michael Younger MCA


Year Single Chart Positions Album
US Country CAN Country
1982 "Lonely Hearts" 68 single only
"Nothing but the Radio On" 19 James & Michael Younger
"There's No Substitute for You" 48
1983 "Somewhere Down the Line" 50 41
"A Taste of the Wind" 54
"Lovers on the Rebound" 48
"Shoot First, Ask Questions Later" 65
1985 "My Special Angel" 82 singles only
1986 "Back on the Radio Again" 67
"She Wants to Marry a Cowboy" 65


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