Introducing American singer-songwriter Kelly Williams

From a very young age, Kelly Williams has loved the arts and spent many of her early years on stage starring in multiple theatre productions whilst also playing piano and guitar. It’s that pure love and passion for music that carries through in her songs and you can hear it clearly in Nothin’ Comes Easy, this is an artist with something to say.

That love of creating brought her back to music in 2015 following time away from the industry where she worked as an interior designer and raised her two daughters, but she also found time to stay creative. In 2006, she wrote her first picture book manuscript and between 2006 and 2014, worked with a writing critique group and joined the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators to develop her craft further.

And now she is pursuing her passion for country music once again which was further fuelled by her incredible performance at the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville back in March 2020 and shortly after she released her debut album, Outside Looking In and is continuing to shine in 2023 with the track Nothin’ Comes Easy which drops this February.

Nothin’ Comes Easy further builds on Kelly Williams’ success and showcases her natural country twang with an emphasis on her artistic writing prowess that comes through in this hit song about knowing that anything that’s truly worth having in your life is not going to come easy. There’ll be bumps in the road but it will be so worth it.

Clearly, the creatively gifted artist is gearing up for a very busy and productive 2023, and within the first two months, fans will have two brand-new songs to play on rotation.

“‘Nothin’ comes easy, Nothin’ comes for free’… compromise and understanding are part of any good relationship, but most important, being kind to each other through it all”.

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