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Interview with Murray Williams & Tami J. Wilde

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Born and raised on the farmlands of rural Ontario, Murray Williams released his debut single “Thank a Farmer” in 2006. A self-taught multi-instrumentalist who plays guitar, piano, bass and banjo, Murray began performing at the age of 14 when he formed a band called Harley Express with classmates. After that came Night Shift, which hit the Ontario circuit on weekends for about 10 years. After a short break, Murray played in a duo, which eventuallyy grew into a four-piece called Common Thread. Country fans are loving his current album Goin' Nowhere Fast which showcases traditional country music - a great collection of originals like the heartfelt "Daddy's Little Girl" and covers like Murray McLauchlan's "Farmer's Song" and Kenny Chesney's "She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy." Murray's latest single is the moving "Love Song For My Father."

Tami J. Wilde is a singer/guitar player/songwriter on a music mission. She hails from the Peterborough area. Tami has proudly released her self-titled debut album featuring her songwriting on every track. The CD was recorded by James McKenty from The Spades.Tom Street played drums. Ken Tizzard played steel on many of the songs. From the opening track "Me And My Ole Guitar" through to the closing track "Redneck Ramble", Tami takes you on a musical journey full of characters you'll recognize and experiences you'll want to relive. It's country meets rock meets high energy performances. 

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