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Holly Williams get engaged

Friday, July 31, 2009 – Holly Williams got engaged to Nashville drummer Chris Coleman, it was announced Friday.

Coleman proposed to Williams last week in Leipers Fork, Tenn. with an antique three banded diamond engagement ring circa 1923. Coleman treated Williams to a picnic and then hike where they went searching for civil war relics.

"I dug up a beautiful wooden box with my favorite love quote on it," Williams, 28, told PEOPLE, "and the engagement date carved in roman numerals. He wood-burned the letters onto the box. He got on one knee and I opened the box, underneath the flowers and basil were the rings."

No wedding date has been set. Williams is currently touring in support of her sophomore album "Here With Me." In addition to opening select dates for Sugarland, she will join Madeleine Peyroux on tour in August. Williams is the daughter of Hank Williams Jr. and granddaughter of Hank Williams Sr.

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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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