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Welcome to the world of John Williamson!
Here's where you can find news and information about John Williamson. And no, he's not Australian, but was born in South Georgia, in the United States. He stills call it home although he travels around and spends quite a bit of time in Nashville, Tennessee. Music City, they call it; the place where your dreams can come true if you're willing to give it all you've got (along with some of what you ain't). But as Charles Horton Cooley said, "An artist cannot fail. It is a success to be one."
"Robert Morrison" wins First Place in the
Billboard World Song Contest!
Written by John along with Gary Bunning and Kim Owens, "Robert Morrison," a.k.a "He Didn't Miss a Thing," was recorded by the
band One Mile South. This song is based loosely on incidents and characters from John's life. In fact, the Robert Morrison in the song
is actually a distant cousin of John's, Ronald Morris, from Vidalia, Georgia. Sadly, Ronald passed away recently, but his spirit lives on forever in the memories of those who knew him and in the words of this song. He was, and is, a treasure and will be missed greatly. To listen to a clip from the song, simply click
here. To see the video, click
There are a lot of interesting and exciting things happening
in John's career, not the least of which is the release of his
brand-new album, "The Whiskey and the Highway." This is John's second release on the Tiger Creek Music label,
and the reviews coming in can be described in one word - great.
Visit the music page to read about the new record, listen to
mp3 clips or to purchase John's music (wholesalers and importers can go to
the contact page to find out about stocking John's music in your stores).
Also, don't forget to check out John's new MYSPACE page! Become a friend and automatically get bulletins when John is playing next. Join the club!