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the Williamsboy / Press

" 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

some guy

"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."

- j.b, -Jukebox live - Jukebox live

"I really liked that banjo tune, I can't remember the name of it, or how it goes, but I know I liked it."

stoned blonde haired guy with big zit on nose - at a party

"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."

-Spencer Richardson ·CEO | Co-Founder, FanBridge - linked in.

"hey man good job at that festival, you sounded tight, and you rock man!"

"guy with long hair" - person

" hands down you are the best all around "

My 6 year old - none