Tim McGraw initially recognized KC's talent when KC opened for him at Harley-Davidson's 95th Anniversary. Darran Smith and Denny Hemingson of McGraw's band "The Dancehall Doctors" helped produce KC's "City Boy" and "Without a Doubt" albums. KC is the only artist, besides McGraw, to have "The Dancehall Doctors" back him on his recordings, as they have done on 14 of the songs that KC has recorded. But McGraw told KC, he would need to get a band of his own to tour with him. That is when KC's band "The Big Dawgs" was formed.
Backed by "The Big Dawgs" KC has blazed a comet's trail across the Midwest with his high-energy shows leaving every venue he has played, including his recent award winning performances at Fort McCoy to entertain our troops, singing his praises. He has played major Country festivals in the Midwest: Country Thunder, Country USA, Wisconsin State Fair, Soo Locks Festival, The Taste of Chicago, and Milwaukee's Summerfest. The House of Blues video-taped his Summerfest show and has web cast it on www.hob.com. McGraw invited KC up on stage with him in Kansas City, Missouri to perform "I like it, I love it". KC has a style all "His Own". On-stage, the performance by this Country artist can only be described as energetic and exciting, compelling the audience to become a part of the show.
Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin Kevin Carl Williams is the eleventh child in a family of fourteen. "A songwriters' contest on a local Country radio station really hooked me," says KC. Since then, he has been committed to Country Music. KC wrote most of the songs he recorded. A true Green Bay Packers fan, KC's first album included a victory song written for the Packers during the 1996 Super Bowl. "The Glory Has Returned" received National exposure with KC performing at the Super Bowl XXXI festivities. "House Husbands", KC's second album, an EP was released in the spring of 1997. It was recorded and produced by Robby Turner at Turner-Up Recording Studio in Nashville. KC's third album "City Boy" showcases his song- writing style. His video, "I May be a Yankee" features a live performance by KC and his band.
"Without a Doubt" KC's new, critically acclaimed album was also recorded in Nashville. Darran Smith and Denny Hemingson co-produced four songs. Robby Turner produced the rest of "Without a Doubt". Every song on it is strong enough to be released as a single! Many describe KC's music as addictive. It's no wonder his popularity continues to grow like a wild fire burning out of control. KC Williams' Country music career is shining like the North Star on a warm summer night. KC's kind of cool is contagious and it's spreading throughout the world!!!
Check out the artist's website:
1. Hangin' With The Big Dawgs
2. Sophisteicated Country Girl
3. City Boy
4. I May Be A Yankee (But I'm Shu' Nuf Country)
5. Take the Long Way Home
6. A Little Whiskey In A Glass
7. Cryin' Over You
8. You Made Me (A Better Man)
9. Without You
10. Some Days Are Better Than Others