J.P. Williams is a soulful-singing songwriter who’s making his way in Nashville after years earning his supper (and his stripes) on the road.
His distinct vocals and original music have scored him the chance to share bills with the wide-ranging likes of Jo Dee Messina, Bruce Hornsby, David Wilcox, Charlie Daniels, T. Graham Brown, Wet Willie, Marshall Tucker and Ricky Skaggs. He’s even brought his ‘tee-shirt-and-jeans’ groove to the college set, playing tours of universities in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast US
Today, his focus is on his home base, Music City, where he spends his days songwriting and his evenings playing out at venues such as The Bluebird and The Basement.
Though blind since age 10, Williams writes and sings with incredible insight, vision and clarity. He’s thankful for the downs and the ups, ‘cause—when you’re a songwriter and an artist—its all material.
J.P. Williams blends memorable melodies and lyrics about life, love and the human experience to create songs that pierce the heart, lift the spirit and open the mind. And he sings ‘em like he means it—because he does.