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Silk Williams’s talent as a vocalist came easy, growing up in a musically gifted family. Her mother, (Joyce Williams) a huge influence in Silk's musical career, sang jazz locally in nightclubs across the city while her father showcased his talents as an acclaimed drummer. At the tender age of seventeen, Silk discovered her natural talents for singing and after only a few years of private training and studies, she went on to pursue her goals of becoming the passionate vocalist which she is today. Currently Silk is the
vocalist of "Silk and Smooth"
Sam Fultz, aka Smooth, was born in Chicago and began playing guitar at the tender age of 9, entertaining his family and neighbors at community functions. Sam grew up listening to entertainers like: Wes Montgomery, George Benson, Earl Clue, The Isley Brothers and others. Copying what he heard, Sam was able to play music by sound. In the early 70's Sam became so enchanted about the entertainment business, he began to make weekly appearances on the local hit show the Soul Train (Channel 26), hosted by Clinton Jet. Later, Sam began traveling playing guitar behind or being the opening act for many legendaries such as Otis Clay, BB King (opening act), David Cassidy, Ohio Players, Grand Central Station. In keeping with good company, Sam was able to travel across seas in concert with his legendary friends. Sam has made appearances on the Midnight Special and the American Band Stand, hosted by Dick Clarke.
The two have come together with some interesting original music and sound for the planet to hear. Come join them in the in this journey!