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Holly Williams backs new CD

Monday, June 15, 2009 – Holly Williams is slated to perform on The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien and The Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson this week in support of Tuesday's release of her second album, Here With Me. She will also guest on Chelsea Lately and be featured on NPR's Weekend Edition.

People.com will premiere the video for the track Alone on Tuesday. Filmed by director Philip Andelman (Beyonce, Lenny Kravitz) in Paris, the video tries capturing the vulnerability of the solo-penned tune and features some of the city's most famous landmarks.

Williams will play the Fillmore in San Francisco June 17, L.A.'s The Mint July 28 and is playing various other tour stops on her own, as well as opening some dates for Sugarland.

Williams will be E!'s Daily 10 - June 15, Chelsea Lately - June 18, The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien" - June 19. Exact dates and times for CNN, NPR's Weekend Edition and The Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson are to be announced.

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CD review - The Highway Let's get it out of the way right up front-yes, Holly Williams is the granddaughter of Hank Williams and the daughter of Hank Jr., but her last name is about the only thing she shares with them, given that her own music hews closer to a rootsy Americana vibe than any kind of country, classic or otherwise. Her latest album is her first independent effort after releases on Mercury and Universal South, and it's a more subdued, acoustic-based sound that dominates throughout, like Kim ...
CD review - Here With Me With a lineage like Holly Williams', it would be expected that there be some reference to her family on her sophomore album. And it's there, too, but maybe not as upfront or in-your-face as the family mentions of her half-brother Hank III or her daddy Hank Jr. Mama, is a thank you note to her mother for letting her develop her own relationship with her father instead of pushing her own thoughts on her daughters. Let Her Go is to her father as he struggles to let his daughter fly the nest. ...

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