0:00 / 3:01
Dear Mom 2:550:00 / 2:55
Higher You Climb 3:000:00 / 3:00
Aphrodite 4:370:00 / 4:37
0:00 / 4:04
ToThe Other Side 3:160:00 / 3:16
Backyard Oak Tree 3:030:00 / 3:03
Pawn Shop 4:310:00 / 4:31
0:00 / 4:02
Riders Of The Rails 3:430:00 / 3:43
Country Queen 3:380:00 / 3:38
Hard Road 3:100:00 / 3:10
New England Folk Festival
There is music everywhere! You will find jam sessions in the halls, instrument workshops, group singing, and performances of folk music throughout the Festival…turn the corner and music greets your ears. Chuck will be doing a 1 hour set, 'Storytelling in Song' at 9:45 PM in the Lecture Hall (218E)
Songwriters in the Round
Serendipity Songwriter Showcase - Bernard John, Chuck Williams, and Beth DeSombre.
A Listening Room with wonderful food.
Spindle City Fest - Boardwalk Ramble
As part of the Spindle City Festival, the Narrows Center for the Arts will be placing ten groups of musicians along the Fall River Boardwalk from the Narrows Center through Heritage Park and down to Bicentennial Park. Walk the Boardwalk, listen to some great music and enjoy the day. Art, Music, Victuals, Mind & Body.
New Bedford Folk Festival
Copake Farmers Market
The Copake Hillsdale Famers Market nestled in Roeliff Jansen Park’s green pasture, offers a warm and welcoming indoor-outdoor marketplace that abounds with fresh, healthful and locally-grown foods harvested in Copake, Hillsdale and surrounding areas. Chuck will perform songs from his catalog and add a few tasty covers as well for the patrons that casually shop the market and enjoy the scenery.
A marriage of the Irish meeting halls of Dublin with the New York coffee houses of the 1960's. At night, it's a small, 80 seat, intimate performance venue with a state of the art sound system for acoustic musicians, poets, comedians and performers.
Double Bill - Chuck Williams & Bill Metts