Homer T. Williams, Jr.
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"Hi Jazzers! So glad I found you...at last SOMEBODY is feeling me. Just finished my secong Gospel Jazz CD...HONEY FOR QUEENS...SONG OF HEALING. Please visit my my site and give me some input, family: www.gigismusic.com. Looking forward! gg"
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Where are you located?
Salisbury, MD
What is your affiliation to the Jazz World?
Musical Artist, Entertainment Publication
Tell us a little about your background...
Crossing Musical and Technological Boundaries...
After spending the 15 years as sole care giver for his mother who died of cancer in 1992 and his father who died of Parkinson’s in 2005. Williams has re-entered the music business on several fronts. As producer, composer, arranger and instrumentalist. Williams is creating beautiful musical landscapes for Gospel, R&B and Smooth Jazz. Born May 5, 1971 music was a part of Homer’s life very early. At the age of 5 his talent for percussion was obvious, at nine years old becoming a member of the Wicomico Youth Orchestra the violin became the next in a long series of instruments that Williams would make his own. Soon he would discover the keyboard and it wasn’t long before original orchestrations were swirling around this complex young man’s mind. 2 years into his formal training Homer was piecing together intricate rhythms and melodic string patterns far beyond his teachers. Gifted with and ear for beautiful orchestration and spirit driven rhythms, Williams now blends God given talent with technology to create a sound like no other…
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Piano, Bass
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http://www.myspace.com/homertwilliamsjr
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At 11:21am on August 18, 2011, Tony Bunn said…

Homer,

 

Good sounds here :o)  I particularly enjoy the orchestration and vibe of your composition "New World"!  All the best to you....

 

Peace & Strength,

Tony B.

At 5:11am on July 27, 2010, Petra Caramela said…
Hi! Check out my new cd:
http://www.myspace.com/petracaramela
Have fun!
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At 10:50am on August 26, 2009, Jaijai Jackson said…
Homer,

Where have you been? I love the music you have up here. Come back wherever you are your family misses you.

Jaijai
At 2:44pm on July 27, 2009, Yvette Audain said…
Hello Homer,

Thanks for adding me on here! You seem like an interesting guy who is really passionate about his music.
Hey while I'm here, I don't suppose you can point me in the direction of a super-amazing, inspiring, multi-genre saxophone teacher (I am post-college level already) in the USA...? :)

Take care,

Yvette Audain :)
At 6:08pm on June 15, 2009, Cres O'Neal said…
Hey Homer:

Just dropping by to show the love. Still sounding great -- as usual. Stay blessed.

Cres

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At 2:39am on June 14, 2009, Kara Johnstad said…
“An invisible red thread connects those who are destined to meet, regardless of time, place, or circumstances. The thread may stretch or tangle, but will never break.”
- from an old Chinese legend

It is nice to be back this afternoon, sipping my tea and discovering you.

In the moment I am about to start a new Jazz album LE GRAND LOVE and just started to record my original album - MOON IN CAPRICORN Exciting times. Wishing you a heart full of stars.. Enjoy the download THANK YOU from my Paths X album - I share it with you.

Greetings from Berlin,

KARA


Kara Johnstad..
...just click on the itunes button and you carry me with you where ever you go...we can travel the world.


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At 4:46am on June 9, 2009, Zinnie "Zephria" Jones said…
Hi Cuz got your schedule I really like what you are doing
At 10:15am on June 4, 2009, Tasha Wenger said…
WOW! Coming from you that's a huge compliment. Thanks again,
Tasha
At 4:43am on May 4, 2009, Sandi said…
Wishing you a very HAPPY BIRTHDAY today!
At 7:22am on March 1, 2009, Sandi said…
Hey Baby Bruddah,

Stopped in to enjoy a few tasty treats from your player. Well actually, I was gorging myself on all that talent you've been blessed with...Keep the creativity flowin'!

Big hugs,
Ya big Sis
 
 
 

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