Warren H Williams

Warren H Williams

Name: Warren Hedley Williams
Born: 27 December 1963 (age 48)
Orign: Hermannsburg, NT
Genre: Country Music
Instruments: Guitar
Website: warrenhwilliams.com

Warren H Williams

Warren Hedley Williams (born 27 December 1963) is a singer, musician and song writer from Hermannsburg in Central Australia. Williams is an Arrernte man who plays country music.
Warren H Williams first started playing guitar with his father, the legendary Gus Williams, at the age of six. He was brought up on country music but also pursued the pleasures of rock and roll, developing his guitar skills. Country music was in his blood however and Warren soon went back to country as a songwriter and recording artist and talented multi-instrumentalist. Born at the remote community of Hermannsburg about 120kms west of Alice Springs, Warren H Williams is now one of the biggest indigenous names on the country music scene in Australia. With his latest ventures illustrating his evolving talents,with a theatre production "The Magic Coolamon", commencing in 2007 with future prospects on the horizon, to his latest challenge of a country music show television production with NITV "Pmarra Country".

Warren's most recent album, Be Like Home, out now (released October 2005) features 12 original songs including the very popular Learn My Song plus a favourite cover song of She Don't Like Diamonds. The last few years have been extremely rewarding for Warren, being announced in January 2008 as an inductee into the Hands Of Fame at Tamworth. Winning the "NAIDOC artist of the year 2006".He has also won "Most Popular Song 2005" for the all time favourite Dreamtime Baby and "Male Artist of the Year 2004" at the Inaugural NT Indigenous Music Awards. Places In Between, the previous album (May 2002) of original rocking country songs, was also influenced by the time spent touring during 2001 to promote his previous album. A grant from the Australia Council to complete this album has ensured a top quality production team working to produce this great album.

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