Over forty-plus years Northern Territory singer-songwriter Warren H Williams has released ten albums, including the 1998 album Country Friends and Me, which included the ARIA-nominated ‘Raining on the Rock’, a duet with John Williamson.
Williams is soon to release a new, self-produced studio album, These are the Changes, and from it comes the first single, ‘Let Us Stand Together’, recorded with his daughter Ghenise and son Nicholas. The song is an anthem for happiness, urging us to stand together, and work together, to unite as a community by creating love, unity and harmony locally and then letting the happiness spread.
‘It all starts at home with your own family and then spreads from there,’ says Williams. ‘The world should be a happy place – just be happy.’
Indeed, it’s hard to be anything upbeat when you listen to this song. While this song has a serious message, Williams delivers it straight and heartfelt; ever the entertainer, he understands how to get his message across in a way that the audience will appreciate and remember – because they’ve had a good time in the process.