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"With poetic lyrics that fall in a Bob Dylan-esque category, Williams sings with a graceful melodious voice reminiscent of the scratchy tone and range of Ed Sheeran." [6/27/17]

 

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—Cody Uhls, I Am The Industry

"Whetherman brings some Southern swing and British folk to his cautionary "This Land." [6/27/2017]

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—Rachel Cholst, Adobe and Teardrops

"This Land is indie-folk stripped down to its barest elements; it’s a sweet and simple tune that glimmers with honesty and heart in lo-fi glory." [6/22/2017]

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—Magnet Magazine

"This collection of songs by Nicholas Williams is a contemplative commentary on the current state of America...His nomadic folk is the perfect canvas for the topic." [6/18/17]

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—Duncan Haskell, Songwriting Magazine

"Nicholas Williams, the man behind Whetherman is one of the hardest working musicians you will ever have the pleasure of encountering." [5/15/2017]

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—Kerriann Curtis, Wordkrapht

"The harmonica-adorned 'What Am I Supposed To Think' is below, a simple and direct folk tune that saunters along charmingly."

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—Magnet Magazine

“Take one seasoned, bucolic folk artist whose music inspires laid back scenes of pastoral pastures and fresh water streams...”

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—Music Court Blog

“He plays some of the most wonderful folk melodies, and sings poetic lyrics that are sure to resonate with you.”

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—Tri-State Indie

“Focused on Williams’ heavenly voice framed by soft guitar strum.”

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—Web Beat

“Proof of the singer-songwriter’s hard work and growth over the years.” (Seeds for Harvest album review)

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—Void Magazine

"5 out of 5 stars for fans of folk."

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—WordKrapht, Kerri Curtis

"Sunny, soulful folk music that is irresistible."

—Indie Music Reviewer

"Completely beautiful, a delight to the ears."

—BBC Radio Norfolk

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