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My Brother

by Kim Williams

Soulful R & B ballads and upbeat dance tunes designed to sooth the soul - composed in memory of older brother and those who perished on September 11th 2001.
Genre: Urban/R&B: R&B Pop Crossover
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1. You And Me
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2. I Wanna Know
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3. Real Heartbreak
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4. My Brother
4:26 $0.99
5. My Heart
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6. This Feeling
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7. Stay Forever
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8. The Things You Do
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9. For The Rest of My Life
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Album Notes
For distribution to Associated Press

September 21, 2005
For Immediate Release - Contact: Roy L. Williams, Williams Writing Solutions,
Staff Writer for the Birmingham News
Birmingham, AL

For more information:
Forrest Kim Williams singer and songwriter,
alternate Cd website fkimwilliams.com
Executive Producer Neil Lindsay
Noncacophony Records
Email: trackingstation@netzero.net

From Noncacophony Records
CD "My Brother" by Kim Williams

"Album of Healing for Our Nation"

Retired Army Veteran Releases CD in Tribute to His Brother Killed in
September 11th Attack on the Pentagon

-Sierra Vista, Arizona -- Four years after losing a sibling in the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attack on the Pentagon, a retired Army veteran from Alabama has released a new CD entitled "My Brother" dedicated to his fallen hero brother.

Kim Williams, now living in Sierra Vista, Arizona says the album is designed as a means of comfort for the nation still coping with the aftermath of 9/11 four years ago and reeling emotionally from the devastation and death caused by Hurricane Katrina along the Gulf Coast.

The title track, "My Brother," was penned by Kim Williams nearly two weeks after his brother, Army Major Dwayne Williams, perished when a hijacked plane crashed into the Pentagon where he had just started working three months before on Sept. 11, 2001. The words reflect on happy moments Kim shared with Dwayne and his twin brothers, Roy and Troy, while growing up with their parents in a small Alabama town.

The inspiring lyrics, sung by Kim as he plays a soothing keyboard background, are designed as a way for those who lost loved ones on 9/11, in the hurricane or in other ways to recall fond memories and reflect on the legacy they left behind. The CD includes 9 original ballads and R&B songs, all written, arranged and composed by the artist. A Spanish version of "My Brother," will be released in the spring of 2006.

Kim Williams CD tribute to his brother Dwayne is being released two years after a book tribute that his brother, Roy, wrote in honor of their slain sibling. Roy Williams' book, "911, God Help Us - A Journalist's Tale of Faith" (AuthorHouse, September 2003) contains a chapter about Kim Williams' CD tribute to their brother.Their mother, Pearl Williams, wrote a children's book, "A Hero Called Fish", in tribute to her son Dwayne in December 2003. Dwayne's childhood nickname was Fish. The two brothers and their mother are believed to be the only siblings and parent of a 9/11 terrorist victim who have written both a song and book in tribute to one of the fallen heroes of that day.

A 20-year military veteran who retired in early 2002, Kim Williams album tribute is specifically dedicated to his brother's sacrifice and those of the other 3,200 Americans killed in the Sept. 11th terror attacks. A gifted singer and songwriter since childhood, the artist added several other slow tunes designed to soothe the soul and fast tracks designed to entice listeners to dance and enjoy life.

His aim is to show the terrorists despite the 9/11 attack failed in their quest to destroy the fabric of love and peace that define the United States. "My Brother" will showcase to listeners across the world that America's faith in God, country and our fellow man remains as strong today as it did prior to 9/11.

Noncacophony Records producer, Neil Lindsay of Noncacophony Records-BMI in Sierra Vista, Arizona, is in charge of production and mastering of the CD. Kim Williams is one of many new artists preparing to hit the music scene under the independent label.His CD will be featured on the website www.fkimwilliams.com under Noncacophony Records.

An article about Williams' penning of a song in memory of his brother was written by 11th Signal Brigade Public Affairs Staff Sergeant Tim Volkert a few weeks after the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attack.


Kim Williams
Sierra Vista, Arizona 85635


When you think of music, soulful melodies and creativity, this new artist has what is takes to open that horizon. Forrest Kim Williams, known as Kim, has been involved with music for over twenty years...Currently residing in Sierra Vista, Arizona about 45 miles from the city of Tucson, resting in the Huachuca Mountains. He was born 6 January, 1963 in Jacksonville, Alabama. His Musical talents include Singer, Songwriter, Composer and Musician.

Taking up Guitar around age 12 and then moving on to the piano in early 1984, Kim has diversified himself into composing music and poetry. His musical interests continue to evolve with a flow of Jazz, classical and contemporary R&B that has continued with music over the years. His early influences would be of his Great Uncle, John C. Williams, a guitar player, and his father, Horace L. Williams, a saxophone player and his band in the early 1960's and 70's.

Band experience beginning in Stuttgart, Germany from 1984-1985. Kim Williams performed as a Singer for the R&B Group "Essence". The band won first place in the European Musical finals. Off and on over the next few years, he engrossed himself into his family and begin looking into Jazz and old R&B tunes that his Father, Horace a Saxophone musician had played while Kim was a young boy growing up In Jacksonville, Alabama. During the Gulf war 1990-1991, Kim and a former Soldier, Bostic, formed the Rapper/Singing Group "Twice as Nice" and recorded an Album "A Shield in the Desert" on Olympia City Records. Returning to Ansbach, Germany he continued to perform locally with groups and started writing more material. Arriving in El Paso, Texas 1992-1993, he performed with the R&B and Rap Group, "Total Package" and wrote all the lyrics and musical compositions. Arriving in Lawton, Oklahoma after a six month brief stay in Augusta, Georgia, Kim performed with the R&B Group "Direct Pressure" in 1994. He introduced several new compositions and served as Keyboardist and Singer. From 1994-1995, he performed with a Jazz/R&B Group "In the Zone". In the Zone won first place at the Army International Finals (1994) in Killeen, Texas and he served as keyboardist and Singer.

Beginning in the Winter of 1995 until 1998, he began branching out and seeking new artists to work with. He managed the Group "Black Rain" and served as a writer for Kalvin Madison Music, a German Producer who is now with Warner Brothers affiliated group out of Bad Kreutznach, Germany. Kim currently resides in Arizona composing soulful ballads and hip-hop with Noncacophony Records and Production Company.



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Francine P-E

Wonderful voice, wonderful cd
Kim Williams can sing. I hope to hear more from him. He is wonderful and one of my all time favorite singers.


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