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great stories. Yet they often have difficulty telling their own story. Such is not the case with Zane Williams, who did a fantastic job of outlining his life’s adventure during a performance
Monday night at Collin Creek College in Plano. Williams’ two latest CDs, “The Right Place” (produced by Radney Foster) and “Ride With Me,” have planted him firmly in the list of most popular Texas singer-songwriters. But it took a lengthy stay in Nashville for him to realize how much he loves Texas. He viagra online without prescription grew up in a non-musical family. He learned how to play the piano, but did not learn the guitar until he was a senior in high school. After graduating college with a math degree, he decided that math was not in the numbers. “I decided to move to Nashville and make it big,” he said, a seemingly simple and easy plan. Williams knew no one in Nashville, and started from scratch. He rented a room for $300 a month. He got a job operating a weedeater. “When you’re running a diploma in pharmacy job in canada weed whacker,” he said, “you have plenty of time to write songs in your head.” It was
during this period that he composed “Hurry Home.” But rather than have an established artist record it, Williams wanted it for himself. He didn’t want a publishing deal. He wanted to be the next Garth Brooks. Eventually, Williams learned that the best way to success was by writing for someone else. So he got a publishing deal. Through a series of misadventures, “Hurry Home” eventually landed with Jason Michael Carroll. The song cracked the Country Top 20, several years after it was written. And what exactly did that mean? “I made $240,000 the first year of its release,” Williams bragged. The money also gave him the freedom to do something he really wanted. After what he called an almost 8-year struggle in Nashville, Williams and his wife bought a house can you split cialis and moved to McKinney TX. He never felt that he was a part of the Nashville scene. The Lone Star State was a different story. “When we moved, I knew I was part of the Texas country mainstream.” With the help of generous airplay of his songs on 95.3 The Range, Williams has managed to make industrial pharmacy jobs canada a good living with shows in Texas. He has funny viagra videos mainly toured solo shows, but is looking forward to having a tour with a full band. Zane Williams has been working through 20 years of blood, sweat and tears. And he now proudly wears viagra or similar the tag “overnight success.” For information, visit zanewilliamsmusic.com.
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