Kathryn Williams

Kathryn Williams

English folk guitarist and singer-songwriter, originally from Liverpool and now based in Newcastle.

Her first album was 1999's 'Dog Leap Stairs' but it was the follow-up record, 'Little Black Numbers' (2000), which earned her wider recognition, being nominated for the Mercury Music Prize.

Since then, Kathryn's released "Old Low Light" (2002), "Relations" (2004), "Over Fly Over" (2005), "Leave to Remain" (2006), "Two" (2008 - with Neill MacColl), "The Quickening" (2010), "The Pond" (2012), "Crown Electric" (2013), "Hypoxia" (2015), "Resonator" (2016), plus 2017's: "Songs From The Novel 'Greatest Hits".

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