“We received our copy of "Without A Doubt". And we really do love it. On the French Country Radio, "Music Box"  (the only one we have playing country music 24 hours), the title Charley's Boots is played at least twice a day and country line dancers are discovering, slowly but surely, KC Williams. Good move! We'll send you, of course, a copy of "Country Music Attitude" where we gonna write an article -- and a good one ! – about this excellent album.”” - Alain Sanders & Sabine Benichou

— Country Music Attitude - Paris, France

K.C. Williams is a Milwaukee guy who was showcased on John Keaton’s recently televised third annual black country showcase in Manhattan. K.C.’s current Without a Doubt CD showcases a light, wavering-pitch tenor who’s somewhat in the mode of Kenny and Tim. And it turns out that Tim isn’t the only one who has The Dancehall Doctors backing him on disc these days. Four of the tracks on K.C.’s collection feature that same group.”Robert K. Oermann, Music Row, March 14, 2003” - Robert K. Ormann

— Music Row Magazine

Listen: I got a very good artist (the artist you can toch!) from Milwaukee near Chicagoand he plays a real good country sound! Excellent band and very close to the people.Very good for dancing - I booked him for 5. & 6.of march at the Albisgütli - the 3th. time!!!!""Nobody puts on a show like KC Williams” - Albi Matter

— Show and Music - Switzerland

RadioIndy is proud to present KC Williams a GrIndie Award for their CD "The Best of KC Williams." A GrIndie Award is RadioIndy's stamp of approval that this CD is an excellent quality CD. Please join us in congratulating this artist on this accomplishment. Read more... Superb country music CD KC Williams has released his latest CD “The Best of KC Williams” featuring a fine collection of his best work. Well rooted in the world of country music, Williams is a stand out performer and has played with some of the finest musicians in this genre. The “The Best of KC Williams” highlights his most notable tracks including songs like “1-800 I’m a Fool” or “Beauty’s in the Eye of the Beerholder” and “Honky Tonk Hilton.” All of these numbers captures the classic country ambiance and hilarious amusing titles to go with them. Williams brings everything down a notch, with a sweet ballad perfect for any Tim McGraw fan. Another song worth mentioning is “Without you (I’m Just an Ordinary Man)” for it has some excellent pedal steel guitar playing. The album isn’t entitled the “Best Of” for no reason; it’s the best of what Williams has to offer and then some.” - Shaun H.

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