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If you took all the guitar strings Elisabeth Williamson has been through over the years, and set them end to end, they would reach from St. Augustine to San Francisco. She's thirty-five years "Deep" into a professional career. Over three thousand gigs. A repertoire the size of a small town phone book. Hundreds of music festivals. A player and lead singer in bluegrass bands, country bands, folk trios, madrigals and jazz ensembles. Plugging in at honkytonks, wine bars, churches and barns, gourmet restaurants and rodeos around the country. Singing at funerals and weddings and christenings, anniversaries, fund-raisers and hayrides.

coverBut never a record. Never a "Folks, here's one I wrote myself."

Until now. And she delivers "Deep"

Perhaps there has never been a debut record of originals by any artist who has wood-shedded so long, who has spent this much time honing their craft, selecting their thoughts and words, tuning and crafting and raising the bar.
~ Grant Peeples

 


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"There's no doubt about it, Florida Americana music artist Elisabeth Williamson is enchanting.... lovely, earthy and flawless." ....Janet Goodman, Music News Nashville (Read full review)

"Elisabeth Williamson never loses sight of what matters most"... Darius Rips more
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"Williamson uses whatever melody breathes life into her insightful lyrics, sometimes classic, sometimes unabashedly folky, almost Appalachian, adding up to a style all her own." ... Donna Mavity, NoDepression.com (Read full review)

"Deep is simply a wonderful musical experience...an excellent first recording from one of Florida's premiere folk singers..." Ron Johnson, Fla-Times Union (Read full review)

"Songs from the deepest springs of the human heart. Beautifully sung, beautifully recorded and produced."...Bob Patterson, Artistic Director, Gamble Rogers Folk Festival  (Read full review)

"Deep" is a stellar recording"... Randy Judy, co-producer of Suwannee Springfest and MagnoliaFest (Read full review)

"Deep" is a lovely album of hand made music that comes from the heart"... Holly Tashian (Read full review)

If you put this CD in your player you might never take it out! "...James Hawkins, Friends of Florida Folk (Read full review)

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7.12.14 - Winter Garden Theatre The Gatorbone Band is delighted to be included in this bluegrass concert series at the historic Garden Theatre in beautiful downtown Winter Garden, Fla. Details forthcoming but please save the date!

7.20.14 - Creekside Dinery Oh yeah. It's The Driftwoods back on the home turf. Hope you can join us! Music starts at 5:30 pm.

7.23.14 - The Corner Bar Jim Quine and Lis Williamson return to The Corner Bar 6:30 - 9:30 pm.

7.27.14 - Dalziel House Concert! The Gatorbone Trio in concert at the home of Scott & Michelle Dalziel, Dunnellon, Fla. Details forthcoming!

8.3.14 - Creekside Dinery The Driftwoods return to Creekside Dinery, "home of the Driftwoods". Music starts at 5:30 pm.

8.6.14 - The Corner Bar Jim Quine and Lis Williamson return to The Corner Bar! 6:30 - 9:30 pm.

8.9.14 - The Reef Hey! Lon and I return to The Reef with the one and only Rick Kuncicky, fingerstyle guitar wizard! 6:30 - 10:00pm.

8.10.14 - Stogies Jim Quine and I will make our duo debut at Stogies on Charlotte St. in beautiful old town St. Augustine 8:30am - 12:30am.

8.13.14 - The Corner Bar Jim Quine and I will be performing once again at The Corner Bar (next to Gypsy Cab) 6:30 - 9:30 pm.

8.17.14 - Creekside Dinery The Driftwoods return to Creekside Dinery 5:30 - 9:30 pm.



 

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