Holly Williams

StyleBlueprint | Holly Williams: FACES of Nashville

View Article at Styleblueprint.com  By Amy Norton When you meet Holly Williams, it’s obvious she’s received a big dose of  joie de vivre. Consider this: she’s an incredible songwriter and performer, boutique owner, cook and blogger. Holly approaches her passions with both eyes open and both feet in. Yes, she’s the daughter of Hank Williams Jr., but […]

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The Next Generation of Country Music: Holly Williams

Jan 2014 Music Issue, Southern Living From its storytelling tradition in the 1920s rural South to today’s unlikely cross-section of pop, Americana, rock, folk, and even rap, country music defies definition. And now, like never before, the genre’s been unboxed. Everyone from honky-tonking troubadours to songwriting sirens are challenging what it means to be a […]

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In the City with Holly Williams ~ People Country

In the City with Holly Williams Mixing french style with family tradition, the singer cooks up comfort in her 1908 bungalow by Eileen Finan A bowl of cherry tomatoes sits on Holly Williams’s kitchen island next to a pile of arugula and a carton of brown eggs. The goodies are artfully arranged for a photo […]

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Academy of Country Music pays tribute to stars, legends, writers, studio aces

September 11, 2013 by Peter Cooper Jamey Johnson and Holly Williams sing a Hank Williams song during the presentation of one of two Poet’s Awards at the ACM Honors on Tuesday night at Ryman Auditorium. This one was given posthumously to Hank Williams. (photo: Larry McCormack/The Tennessean)   The seventh annual Academy of Country Music’s […]

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NPR chose “Giving Up” Top 50 Songs of 2012

NPR chose “Giving Up” as one of the top 50 songs of 2013!!!! It’s a really hard song for me to sing, but I’m so honored to be on this list… “A graceful, heartbreaking look at a marriage ruined by alcohol, by a tremendous talent whose lineage (Hank Williams’ granddaughter, Hank Jr.’s daughter) should be […]

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NPR Morning Edition: Year’s Best List-The Highway

Country Music’s Year Of The Woman By Ann Powers So it makes sense that halfway through 2013, I can easily make a Year’s Best list comprising the following albums: Same Trailer, Different Park; Like A Rose, by Pistol Annies member Ashley Monroe; Annie Up, the second album from that group itself; The Highway, the first independent release from Hank Williams’ […]

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Holly’s “Summer In The South” guide….

Holly’s “Summer In The South” guide….from Southern Living View Article >

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The 10 Best Albums of 2013 ~ People Magazine

Chuck’s Picks: The 10 BEST ALBUMS OF 2013 (SO FAR) #7 HOLLY WILLIAMS The Highway: Hank Jr.’s daughter is another cowgirl on fire in ’13, with a little help from Jackson Browne, Jacob Dylan, and Dierks Bentley.

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L.A. Times – In Rotation: Holly Williams

    ‘The Highway’ is her most country sounding record. By Randy Lewis On her third album, “The Highway,” Holly Williams shows that she got maybe the three most important genes from her grandfather, Hank Williams, and her outlaw daddy, Hank Jr. — the ones having to do with the writing of a song, telling […]

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BMI: 10 Questions – Holly Williams

By Lisa Zhito View Article > One might expect Holly Williams to have been raised on tour buses and limousines, hobnobbing with country legends and rock stars. After all, as the daughter of Hank Williams Jr. and granddaughter of Hank Sr., she’s certifiable country music royalty. But Williams says no. “I grew up very normal,” she […]

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