Michael Williams - Music Media Veteran Introduces new artist

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Michael Williams is a Canadian television personality who is best known for his work as a veejay at MuchMusic from 1984 to 1993 where he hosted various shows including Soul in the City, Rap City, Electric Circus, Pepsi Power Hour and The New Music.

 Michael will introduce us to some new artists tonight and share their music with us.

 For over 20 years, Michael Williams has conducted numerous live interviews with world renowned music and film artists such as Robert Plant, Whitney Houston, Seal, Celine Dion, Metallica, Aerosmith, Bon Jovi, The Chieftains, Ice T, Aaron Neville, Chicago, Spike Lee, Bryan Adams, Smokey Robinson, Harry Connick Jr., Janet Jackson, Buddy Guy, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Phil Collins, Earth, Wind and Fire, Neil Young, Sade, Marianne Faithful, Ertha Kitt, Gladys Knight, Natalie Cole and Quincy Jones, just to name a few.

 He was recently a radio personality in Hamilton, Ontario as host of the program College of Musical Knowledge on Wave 94.7. Previous radio work included Montreal's CHOM-FM and CKGM-AM, and in Toronto at CHUM-FM. Williams also owns Black Rose Recording Studios in Toronto and since January 2003, he has been working with interns at the Trebas Institute in Toronto.   He is also on the Board of Directors of Toronto's AfriCana Village and Museum project.

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