Shawn Adam Williams

Shawn Adam Williams has found his newfound sound of blues, and he’s ready to keep going on his musical journey. Shawn Adam Williams was born in Atlanta on January 23rd, 1987, his mother; Patricia Williams-Perdue, his father; Carlos Vinson Williams, and his sister; Shana Williams. After graduating from Tri-Cities High School at 18, back in 2005. He started singing at the age of 8 in 1995, the first instrument he had in school was a violin. In middle school, he’s singing the middle school chorus, he’s singing tenor. And now, at 35, his newfound success keeps floating. His musical influences on blues: Buddy Guy, James Cotton, Charlie Musselwhite, James Harman, and Howlin’ Wolf. He’s discovered to play harmonica, and he was getting better and better. On top of it, he wrote original songs such as Mrs. Mojo; he has won his first award at the LDM Music Awards, Motor City Woman, Anyway You Want It For My Love, Miss High Roller, and Mama Magnolia. He was nominated for 6 Josie Music Awards, 5 ISSA Awards, a Gran Royal Music Award nomination, 2 LDM Music Award nominations, and 2 IAIA Golden Kayak Awards. He wants to form his own blues band real soon in the near future. Shawn was the best of the best in independent music, through it all, his musical colleagues, family, friends, and fans still got continuous love and support. Also, he wants to collaborate on some artists like Samantha Martin and Delta Sugar, Joanna Connor, Larkin Poe, and many others in the near future. Check out his social media accounts below: