Most country artists start from the bottom and make their way up in the industry but Holly Williams was born into it. The granddaughter of a country icon, Hank Williams, and daughter of Hank Williams Jr. never imagined country music would be her calling. Growing up she always dreamed of being a model. Her parents separated when she was young and her father began taking her to many of her shows. At the age of 17, Williams picked up her first guitar to give music a chance. Her natural talent was immediately evident and she gave herself one year to try the music path. By the age of 18, Williams was booking herself for shows in and around Nashville.
While mastering her skills Williams was offered to tour Europe with artist Ron Sexsmith. After a few years of touring Williams signed her first record deal in 2004 with Universal South and released her debut album The Ones We Never Knew. Soon after, Williams was dropped by her label and was in a life threatening car wreck which almost took her life as well as her sisters, Hillary. The incident was a turning point for Williams and in 2009 she released her critically acclaimed album Here With Me. The new album featured the hit single "Keep the Change" and the album was released by her new label, Mercury.
Here With Me