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Billie Williams

by Billie Williams

Contemporary roots music, combining blues, rock, and soul.
Genre: Blues: Soul-Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Nail in Your Coffin
3:21 $1.25
2. I Can Read the Signs
4:08 $1.25
3. Misery Loves Company (Take Me Down)
3:55 $1.25
4. Runnin' Back
3:30 $1.25
5. Going Down
3:19 $1.25
6. New York Winter
4:27 $1.25
7. Black and Blue
3:14 $1.25
8. Lonely Night in Harlem
4:12 $1.25
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Album Notes
2015 New York Blues Hall of Fame singer/songwriter Billie Williams releases her first solo full-length album. This original work of contemporary roots music is a compelling blend of blues, rock, and soul. Billie's songs are a clear reflection of life in New York City and in her long-time Harlem neighborhood.

“Riveting...she sang of joy and heartache with equal conviction.”
— Boston Globe
“ full blues mode – pithy, powerful, and sure of the terrain...Billie Williams is an emotionally resonant vocalist. She GIVES a performance.”
— Woman Around Town

Lead Vocals: Billie Williams
Backing Vocals: Ardys Flavelle, Eric Redd, Gail Ann Dorsey, Lindsey Webster, Billie Williams
Guitar: Stew Cutlter, Danny Blume
Bass: Double Z
Drums: Tony Allen
Keys: Jeremy Mage, Kenny Harris, Marco Benevento
Sax: Erik Lawrence, Charlie Lagond
Trumpet: Steven Bernstein, Marty Bound
Trombone: Alan Ferber, Birch Johnson
Produced by Danny Blume



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