Over Many Years & Miles
Dale Williams is an entertainer whose music and life are entwined. His songs reflect the strength and love of the Midwestern family that nurtured him. His stage shows reflect the rowdy fun of the artists who've inspired him. Dale picked up a guitar for the first time at age 14, and he knew then that there would only be one path for him to follow. Dale's music has always been his biography, and along the way many moments of life, love, friendship and heartbreak have been immortalized in his songs. Although a country music singer now, Dale has drawn from many diverse influences throughout his life, from Chris LeDoux, Alan Jackson and Johnny Cash to Styx and Bon Jovi. Carrying his ever-present black acoustic guitar, Dale has always been willing to sing his songs to any audience willing to listen. He's played with several bands in the Midwest area, and now performs as a solo act, eager and able to bring any crowd to it's feet and have some fun. As a solo act, Dale has played at fairs, clubs and festivals throughout Nebraska and Tennessee. Highlights of Dale's musical travels include stops at the Comstock Windmill Festival, an opening gig for Chad Brock at the Custer County Fair and numerous trips to Germany and Austria, making Dale's fan base worldwide. In July 2003, Dale placed third in the Colgate Country Showdown in Mitchell, South Dakota. In 2004, he placed second. Dale's music clearly moves in one direction-up. Dale's set list contains several original songs from his four albums. When Dale hits the stage, no bar or table top is safe as he strums the original songs that talk about real life and the people who live it. His shows are well known for their high energy and audience interaction.