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Warren H Williams

Warren H Williams

Country Alice Springs, NT, AU  AU
Looking Out
Looking Out
Family
Family
These Eyes
These Eyes
Jurnkurakurr
Jurnkurakurr

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These Eyes Music Video-YouTube sharing.mov

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  • Speirosmusic (Artist)
    Speirosmusic
    Looking Out's a sweet song mate. Good instrumentals too. Makes me think of my folks out there in the Central West while I'm here in the big smoke. Cheers Warren.
  • Laura Capel (Fan)
    Laura Capel
    HI Gjumla, I work for a local Darwin event entertainment solution business- http://www.primetimeent.com.au/ We would love to hear from you!

Photos

  • Performing at Australasian Worldwide Music Expo, Melbourne 2013
  • Performing at Tamworth Country Music Festival 2012
  • After winning the Red Ochre Award - presented at Sydney Opera House, 2012

About

Label: ABC Music

Manager: Emily Murphy, EM Media & Events

Bio: One of Australia’s favorite singer/songwriters, Warren H Williams has a powerful voice, strong messages, wicked sense of humour and gentle manner.
The Golden Guitar winner, Deadly Award winner, ARIA nominee has been a professional musician for the past 20 years but says music has been in his blo...See Full Bio

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Wurtai (Hello)
Mar 28, 2013

Wurtai means "hello" in my Western Aranda language from Central Australia. Thank... [more]

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Q: Warren, I miss Alice so much and almost had tears listening to Jurnkurakurr, the feeling it gave me is strong, so beautiful to hear you singing in language. W. Arrernte? What does 'Jurnkurakurr' mean?

A: Hi. Jurnkurakurr is a Warumungu word from the Tennant Creek area. It is a local word and relates to homeland and the Warumungu people.

Asked by Seona Galbally. Answered on Sun Jun 16 2013

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  • Video Plays 122
  • Total Fans 2,812
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