Alex Williams Named One Of The “26 Best Things We Saw” At CMA Fest 2017 By Rolling Stone Country

Newcomer Alex Williams was just named one of the “26 Best Things We Saw” at CMA Fest 2017 by Rolling Stone Country and also stating he is “groomed to be the label’s Sturgill Simpson or Chris Stapleton.”

If his “low-slung baritone, Waylon Jennings tattoo and songs about “illegal substances,”” don’t get your attention, maybe the top-notch musicianship and his “fluorescent” set “full of outsider lyrics and “Mama Tried” vamps” will…

Produced by Julian Raymond (Glen Campbell, Hank Williams Jr.), Williams’ forthcoming record is a rollicking throwback chock full of wit and wisdom, colored throughout by the songwriter’s fierce streak of independence.

More news on the debut compilation will be announced in the coming weeks so stay tuned!

For more information on Alex Williams, visit his website and follow him on Facebook and Twitter.


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