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Eagle Eye Williamson

Eagle Eye Williamson

Eagle Eye Williamson


Williamson, 34, a proud sixth generation Texan, lives in Austin. At the age of 15, a bike accident severed his optic nerve, rendering him unable to see through his right eye. Not long after, Williamson began to notice differences between he and his friends. “I could find a needle in a haystack,” he boasts. “I have a million stories where I’ve spotted objects long before my friends or family.” For 19 years Williamson went by the nickname Eagle Eye. Read more on Last.fm
Williamson, 34, a proud sixth generation Texan, lives in Austin. At the age of 15, a bike accident severed his optic nerve, rendering him unable to see through his right eye. Not long after, Williamson began to notice differences between he and his friends. “I could find a needle in a haystack,” he boasts.

“I have a million stories where I’ve spotted objects long before my friends or family.” For 19 years Williamson went by the nickname Eagle Eye. When it came time to choose a name for his one-man-band, Williamson realized a common theme among the names of his favorite blues singers. Many of the blues musicians he admired formed their monikers by combining their nicknames with last names. With this, “Eagle Eye Williamson” came into existence. Williamson’s inspirations like John Lee Hooker and Jimmy Reed occupy his rough, unprocessed sound.

“Those musicians faced struggles to be who they were in that time period,” says Williamson, “you do your own work and no one does it for you.” Williamson’s life reflects such feelings. A hard-working man with a humble demeanor, Williamson aspires to evolve as a musician. Working diligently, Williamson writes and composes each song, combining the worlds of creative song writing and flawless execution. On top of that, each track is recorded on a single microphone in a single take.

The songs on the album sound the same as attending an Eagle Eye Williamson show. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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