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Williams & Company / Press

“Williams and Company: one of the most talented new bands to come out of nashville. Alex's voice sets them apart from any band you are hearing. The organic chemistry between the band members is something rarely seen these days. It's been a while since I have had this much fun watching a band. Four guys on stage, every night having the time of their lives and sharing that with everyone they come in contact with. I am so excited that the Wildhorse gets to be a small part of this bands journey to great things.”

“Williams and Company will take you back to outlaw days with a classic sound and youthful energy. As authentic as they come, the band is fun to watch, fun to listen to, and fun to work with.”

“Williams & Company put on a great show! I received several compliments from patrons about the quality of the band and their overall sound. From a buyer’s standpoint, they were easy to work with and showed professionalism, I am looking forward to having them back!”

“…The artists they cite as influences on their music are Billy Joe Shaver, Waylon Jennings, The Band, Bob Marley and Steve Earle. That’s certainly a talented group to base your music off. And these influences can certainly be heard in Williams & Company’s newest single “Broken Compass.” The sound of rollicking guitars and a piano play the song in. It’s about a rambling man who goes wherever he pleases. This man has no formal direction in his life and instead follows what he calls a broken compass…The instrumentation is rich and entertaining throughout. It’s very much a combination of traditional country and southern rock. Lead vocalist Williams’ voice sounds great, as his baritone voice cuts through the instrumentation…I think this song serves as a good introduction and intrigues the listeners to want to hear more. This is no doubt a solid song…Williams & Company is a group with good potential that’s worth keeping an eye on and “Broken Compass” worthy of bein”

“Williams and Company are moving men, depending on their natural sense of where to go and how to get there. The boys are traveling with a “Broken Compass” on the dashboard, classic country on the radio, and rock heavy rhythms to keep the rubber on a slick road with a slide guitar behind the wheel.”

“'Williams and Company' is a timeless honky-tonk country album in the mode of Dwight Yoakum or early Garth Brooks. Buoyed by Williams’ expressive and seasoned-sounding vocals, the band cranks out tales of barrooms, money-grubbing girlfriends and true love. The slow-burning “Dancing on Ashes” wraps a gorgeous melody around a sad story of love’s last chapter. “Devil’s Queen” is an open invitation to the dance floor for some serious up-tempo boot scootin’.”

"Williams and Company are a young Nashville band. “The Distance” is a new recording for an upcoming album. The black and white is a stark background the fits the in-studio playing as the track uses folk-rock riffs, soul organ swells, roots guitar slides and country vocals as it measures the narrow line that connects hearts."

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"Williams & Co. came out of the gate well-prepared to make a sonic splash."