With a sweet voice evoking Ingrid Michealson and smart lyrics like Regina Specktor, singer-songwriter, Kasey Williams reveals a lot about her life and experiences through her music and performance on stage. Originally from East Tennessee, the self-taught musician found herself intensely drawn to songwriting after working as an actress in New York City. Writing and performing her own music began as a hobby for Williams, but after the tragic loss of her father in 2009 she found herself leaning heavily on her music as a tool for healing.
She soon went on to release her debut self-titled EP in 2014 in honor of her father, who was also a musician. Her song “Out of Breath’ was voted Top Ten on Women of Substance Radio, and her songwriting landed her performances in multiple festivals, including the prestigious 30A Songwriters Festival in Santa Rosa Beach, FL featuring artists like Brian Wilson, John Prine, Indigo Girls, Tanya Tucker, & Don McLean.
Williams' has since released multiple singles as well as her sophomore acoustic EP "On the Road" (2019). She has had the privilege of touring across the United States and Europe with her music and says she feels "at home" on the road. When tours were cancelled due to the pandemic, Kasey took it as an opportunity to reflect and write. She spent 2021 in the studio recording her new album "Solid Ground," released in September 2023. The songs on her new album are a collection of very personal songs. “Some rock, and some don’t. Some are ballads, meant to be taken soft and comfortably. All come from places of introspection, words of substance meant for one to chew on and ponder.” -Tom Netherland (Johnson City Press)
She has plans to get back on the road in 2024 as well as travel abroad for her second European tour.
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