Nicholas Edward Williams
New Single Coming April 11th
Collections of stories from over the years under the moniker, “Whetherman” from 2007-2018.
Living on the road for the better part of the last six years, nomadic storyteller Nicholas Edward Williams blends American folk songwriting with piedmont blues and travis-style fingerpicking, melodic vocals, rolling harmonica, whistling and a stomp box. The variety of his influences is evident in his songs, from Doc Watson to Mississippi John Hurt, and from John Prine to Paul Simon. The end product is a sound that's feel familiar, yet new.
The 34 year-old amounted a wealth of a career under his debut folk moniker "Whetherman" from 2007 to 2018, opening for critically acclaimed acts such as Taj Mahal and The Wood Brothers, as well as releasing eight full-length albums while touring extensively throughout US and Europe.
Now exclusively performing under his full name, a new direction of music has emerged from a love for all things roots: Folk, Bluegrass, Country and Blues. His debut album "As I Go Ramblin' Around" is slated to release in June of 2019.