It didn’t make any difference how Zane Williams went about writing a song, it just came out country. You might say Zane didn’t so much find country as country found him.
And that suits him just fine.
“Everything I wrote just sounded country because I was telling stories that I could relate to; that other people relate to,” he said. “I believe that’s what makes a great country song.”
You don’t have to listen to Zane’s music long to recognize he reaches deep within his soul to pour out songs like, “Pablo and Maria.” But if you listen to his, “99 Bottles,” you also know Zane likes everybody to kick up their heels and have a good time on a Friday night.Read more
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As the praise continues to come in for my new record, I can’t help but say a few words about the unexpected blessing I found in Tom Faulkner as producer. Tom was already a friend—as a fellow singer-songwriter we had done shows together—and it was during some long drives to and from gigs that our conversations about music started to reveal the similarities we share. The more input Tom gave, the more I respected and resonated with his opinion, until [...]October 1, 2013 | COMMENT