From the moment WILLIAMS penned their first song that landed on the country charts, the brother duo Nate and Quinn Williams knew they had a creative energy that connected them beyond brotherhood.
The contemporary country duo’s music is rooted deep by their humble mid-west upbringing; the two sons from a hard working family; the pair grew up in the farmlands of Twin Falls, Idaho among a household of five brothers where music was part of their DNA.
Two parts of a band of brothers, equal parts passion, heart, and hard work quickly gained favor with local crowds building a loyal fan base one song and one town at a time. The singer/songwriters quickly began demanding the attention of local venues and major festivals like the Boise Music Festival where they shared the stage with artists like Nelly and Andy Grammar.
After moving to Nashville, the duo began writing together, putting their life experiences into song. A beginning that was an easy collaboration became a perfect fit for the two. The rich textured vocals and harmonies of the pair just fit. So well that it became a natural blueprint for their sound, WILLIAMS was born.
Late night songwriting sessions became the norm as the pair set off to record music for their upcoming debut release. The sessions housed in a single car garage; the neighborhood became center stage as neighbors welcomed the duo’s music flowing through the streets; and if someone asked who was playing music, they would simply reply, “it’s Williams, those guys are going somewhere!”