Originally from Detroit, Rachel Williams moved to Nashville when she was just 17 years old. Upon her big move to Nashville, Williams signed a publishing and management deal with Kim Copeland and Susan Tucker and from there, began hitting the road with acts such as Wynonna, Trace Adkins, Jason Aldean, Jo Dee Messina, and many more, even releasing two albums and two EPs in the country music market over the years as 'Rachel Williams'.
Williams is currently gearing up to release a new Motown-inspired album of original songs, under the name 'Ray Williams', produced by hit songwriter and member of Bob Seger's Silver Bullet Band, Jim 'Moose' Brown, and will be releasing the album one single at a time.
Williams is now working with artists and producers from Motown Records, and will be featured in a music documentary shot in Detroit about the 'New Motown'. Look out for her first single, coming towards the end of the year on Spotify, iTunes, and wherever else digital music is available!
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