Family Bonding has Different Meaning for Williamson Branch
Performing in churches, libraries and schools, Williamson Branch is teaching character and family closeness through their music. This bluegrass group composed of husband and wife Kevin and Debbie, Sisters Melody, Kadence, and Caroline, and two-time Mississippi's Magnolia Bluegrass Association Banjo Player of the Year Anthony Howell. Williamson Branch has just released their newest album "Free."
This twelve track album is not the first project that this tight-knit family has created, as they also released an album back in 2015. All twelve songs are geared for a family type atmosphere and features their signature Bluegrass sound. Their latest single "'Till I See You Again" can be heard on this album as well as the title track that features a music video. Williamson Branch is bringing a new and energetic sensation to Bluegrass music and "Free" proves that in each song.
Williamson Branch has fans all over the country, stretching from Maine to the Mexican border, and from Canada all the way to the Cayman Islands. They continue to grow this following while promoting their newest album and going on the road to perform throughout the South, making stops in Tennessee, Mississippi, Virginia, and even into Texas. Go to williamsonbranch.com to follow the family's journey.