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David Williams / Press

“Lovely - well worth a listen!”

Frank Hennessy - BBC Radio--Wales

“‘Chocolate Bar’ . . . contains the quirky worded ‘Human / Inhuman’ and entertaining ditty ‘You Can’t Catch Me’ and chugging title-track ‘Chocolate Bar’ it is a wonderful treat . . . a wide range of subjects and some humour Williams opens the way to such infectious songs as ‘Hick Town’ and ‘Got To Go To Heaven' . . . wondrous journey. Magical. ”

“What a find it was when I discovered the music of both (Williams and Muray) and you too will no doubt feel that way once you have sampled just one song by the wonderful ensemble. Maurice Hope”

““Williams works magic. . . . he describes commonplace events with uncommon grace.””

Newsweek

"David Williams and Wildgrass have a unique and meaningful take on acoustic Americana music. It encompasses great picking and singing, and most importantly, well-crafted original songs."

Greg Schochet - Review

"David Williams, swing meister extraordinaire, branches out into a wider Americana sound with The Crazy Kind. With the more than able help of talented friends on mandolin, banjo and fiddle he easily makes the transition into bluegrass territory which will delight his many fans."

Mollie O'Brien - Review

“Don't let me short-sell you David Williams & The Wildgrass Band. Williams as a songwriter and instrumentalist is amazing, and the band is top notch. Williams is even a solid vocalist, but Kristina Murray cuts a vocal line that recalls folks like Kitty Wells and Patsy Cline. All of this becomes quickly clear on the band's latest offering, The Crazy Kind. ”

““I’ve seen a lot of singer-songwriters pass through over the years; most of them quickly forgotten. But every once in awhile, someone rises up with a real talent for lyrics, and such a talent is David Williams.””

Come For to Sing

““David Williams’ songs teach as well as entertain.” The Chicago Tribune ”

Chicago Tribune

““David Williams hits you like high beams from a big rig. . . . the record [Route 66] is about more than an old road.””

Chicago Sun Times
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