John Williams

John is currently playing solo acoustic guitar around the Seattle/Tacoma/Puget Sound area. The music is a mix of traditional and modern, acoustic and electric, jazz and blues, instrumentals.

John's music is used in countless video productions. Clients include NPR, BigTex Video, Franklin-Covey, Working Horse Winery, GearHead Pictures, Quova, Showa University (Tokyo), The State of Alabama, QSR Magazine, University of Michigan, and WGBH.

At age 9 John started playing in neighborhood bands. At age 17 he was playing guitar for Charlie Pride, Willie Nelson, Jack Jones, and Conway Twitty. (John is much older now.)

John wrote, produced, and engineered four solo albums and scored two independent films. He has been the musical director for a vast array of bands of all styles.

Born in Orlando, Florida, currently living in Seattle, Washington.

Influenced by: George Benson, James Burton, Wes Montgomery, Steve Wariner, Chet Atkins, Duane Allman, Tommy Emmanuel, Lonnie Johnson, and Kenny Burrell.