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Imagine a room thick with sound. Dense walls vibrate with reverberations from a distorted guitar; floors shake with each kick of the bass drum. Each intricate layer combines to create a distinctive composition; excitement grows within. Expecting to see three people on-stage performing, this forceful sound instead lies within the workings of one, passionate man. Eagle Eye Williamson creates a uniquely raw and gritty sound reflecting his nature as a simple, work-a-day man. The organic quality of the music produces an unlikely raucous; it’s hard not to become intrigued when listening.
Watching Williamson play can at first be distracting. An unassuming man sits behind a small drum-kit configured to his liking. In his lap a guitar, perfectly positioned. As he begins to play, his feet tap the drums that construct the rhythm of the songs. With his left hand, he works the fret board of his electric guitar as his right hand switches between striking the snare drum and cymbals. Each layer expands as Williamson begins to sing. The experience, at first fascinating soon turns to exhilaration.