Greg Williams is a singer and songwriter who has independently released 5 CD's of original folk and blues based rock and shared the stage with many great artists including Shawn Mullins, John Mayer, Derek Trucks, Mojo Nixon, Edwin McCain, Michelle Malone, Lyle Lovett, Colonel Bruce Hampton and Warren Zevon. Williams is published by Cherry Lane Music Publishing and his work has appeared in film and television. Most recently Williams' songs have appeared in the Gemini award winning drama, 'The Eleventh Hour'(CTV), and in the independent feature films, 'Siblings' and 'My Bad Dad'. Williams has performed in some of the finest venues in the country including The Knitting Factory, The Mint, Kulak's Woodeshed, the Dragonfly(L.A),The Bluebird Cafe (Nashville) and Eddie's Attic (Atlanta). ' Listening to Greg Williams latest recording, Caterpillar is not like listening at all. It's like crawling into silky sheets with a down comforter against your head, like riding slowly thru the desert at dusk, like feeling that sensation you get after a plane takes off and you are suspended above the earth on air alone.There's 'Love is Everything', which is featured in the independent film 'Siblings'. Another standout is the ethereal 'Milk', a hauntingly beautiful melodic piece that sounds not of this world, as if sung by someone on another planet or from beyond the grave.' - Savannah Morning News ' ... a performing songwriter to watch..an overnight sensation in the making?' - Performing Songwriter ' ... edgy, bluesy, instantly likeable folk - rock. Superb!' - Atlanta Press '... extremely gifted and versaitle performer who writes great classic rock and blues.' - Kings of A&R '... Why Greg Williams isn't insanely popular on a national level is one of the many great mysteries of the local Savannah scene. With a slightly-raspy-yet-smooth voice and sincere folk ballads, Williams has a detailed past generously sprinkled with big names. He's performed with acts like John Mayer, Edwin McCain and Shawn Mullins, but we all know he's way better and more deserving than all of them. ' - District (the Student Voice of the Savannah College of Art and Design) '... Edgy blues and classic - rock inspired jams mark the best moments of this limber unit's sets.Williams has long been a towering presence on the Savannah music scene. He's one of the finest and most prolific contemporary pop songwriters we have.' - Connect Savannah.