" the problem with your songs is that they lack dimention, draw, and intellect. give me some of that and I'll buy your music." - long haired guy at the bitter end NYC
"oh my god! great songs man.. you know who you sound like? Bruce Springsteen, now the Boss.. that was a great act.. I once saw the boss in Asbury Park.. you should get a gig there, because you sound like him so you'd definetely get a gig becasue you sound like him." what's your name again dude?"- everyone that hears me.
"It is the sort of American music that people rarely make or listen to anymore; instead favoring the manufactured falseness of pop’s princes and princesses. However, there is nothing false in Williams’ songs."
"I really liked that banjo tune, I can't remember the name of it, or how it goes, but I know I liked it."
"williams' rythm is engaging and his lyrics come from an honest start, brought to life through the perspective of a man caught in the middle of looking back down a well worn path while at the same time almost vicariously carrying with him lessons for his future."
"hey man good job at that festival, you sounded tight, and you rock man!"
" hands down you are the best all around "