Bliss Williams’ first memories of music are the tapes in the car when he was very young. This early introduction to timeless songwriting from the likes of Cat Stevens, The Beach Boys and The Kinks, not to mention all those Motown classics, left an indelible mark on the young lad. A few years later, Williams received a little three-quarter size nylon string guitar for his 10th birthday, starting a lifelong love affair with the instrument. Since then, he has explored everything from folk to disco and has no allegiance to any particular genre. From The Style Council to Bert Jansch, Amy Winehouse to Glen Campbell, Earth, Wind & Fire to Richard Hawley, you can bet he’s lapped it up. Williams is over the moon to be part of the Colorama family, putting out music on a label that values the art of songwriting and is run by real music lovers.