Holly Williams
Reminiscent of greats like her grandfather Hank Williams Sr., Willie Nelson, & Johnny Cash, she’s often closer to songwriters like John Prine or Bruce Springsteen than to the smiley Nashville mainstream.
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Williams, daughter of Hank Williams Jr., grew up in Nashville where she began playing her dad's guitar and experimenting with songwriting as a teenager. The paternal influence is unmistakable; but today, while the country music industry would love to call her its own, Williams still considers herself a singer-songwriter rather than a contemporary country artist. Williams' music offers that dusty authenticity that is so often missing from today's pop-infused country, the stripped-down honesty that fans of country's Golden Age have been longing to hear.Reminiscent of greats like her grandfather Hank Williams Sr., Willie Nelson, and Johnny Cash, Holly Williams has an incredible gift for using the song to tell a story, pulling you in with her southern drawl and keeping you there with lyrics that create fully realized worlds.

  

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