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Across the Winterline

Jack Williams

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Jack Williams' rich, studied songwriting is informed by a wide variety of American-rooted styles — such as rock, blues, folk and country — and is at its most effective on the spare yet memorable Across the Winterline. Williams' smoky tenor voice and finger-picked guitar are the main instruments on the album, and additional embellishments are used effectively for periodic changes of pace. The real stars, though, are Williams' songs — often introspective and serious, filled with images of nature and the American landscape, rich in poetic metaphor, and always well-crafted. Across the Winterline is a quiet, understated gem.

Biography

Born: United States

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Being able to draw on resources compiled over forty years of experience as a performing musician, it should come as no surprise that Jack Williams is one of the most talented and accomplished performers on the folk circuit today. What does come as something of a surprise is just how little recognition Williams gets for his mature blend of introspective genre-dyfing music. Tremendously gifted as a lyricist, guitarist, vocalist and arranger, Williams has played in a variety of settings and with an...
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