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Wade Williams / Bio

Wade Williams

“Faith, Family and Country” are the themes that resonate in Wade Williams Rockin Country music.

Williams mission is to move you to sing, dance, laugh, or even cry when you hear his music. Wade has come to the realization that the only real reason to be on this planet is to be good to each other. That may sound corny and naive but coming from someone like Williams who has been through hell and lives to tell his story…its an epiphany.
Now most of Williams’ songs are about going through adversity and coming out on the other side better and stronger. Songs everyone can relate to.

Here are some things others have said about him:

“As a musician/producer in Nashville, it's always a joy to work with people who really believe in what they are doing. Wade Williams is on the upside of that dynamic. His songs are thoughtful, crafted, and unique. Vocally, he is ever so convincing. it's nice to see someone care about what he is doing. Add to all of that, a hell of a nice, family guy, and you've got quite the package.” - David Roe Rorick (Bass player for Johnny Cash, Dwight Yokum, Kris Kristofferson, John Mellencamp)

“No telling where this guy will be in a year” - Adam Gaynor (Matchbox Twenty)

“ Wow! The power and passion of your voice is astounding” – Mathew West

“Powerful” – Gilby Clarke (Guns and Roses)

“Rockstar, Wade is the hardest working
musician I have ever known” – Jeff Abercrombie (Bass player for Fuel)

Order a copy of Wade’s CD “The Very First Time” and see for your self what everyone is talking about.

General Info

Band Members
Wade Williams
Artist Name
Wade Williams
Home Page
Country / Adult Contemporary

Contact Info

Apopka, FL

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