Jeanette Williams

Since her debut album release in 1999, Jeanette has quietly become one of the most successful and celebrated women in bluegrass music. The release of “Cherry Blossoms in the Springtime”, spent 9 months on the Bluegrass Unlimited National Album Chart. Jeanette and her band began touring, bringing her powerful songs and angelic voice to fans from coast to coast and internationally.

Her album, “Thank You For Caring”, which features the title duet with country music legend George Jones, went to #1 in Cashbox magazine. The song, 'Bad Money' reached the top 5 and was named one of the top songs of 2009. BluegrassJournal.com calls her vocals 'flawless'.

In addition to being a celebrated vocalist, Jeanette is also an award winning songwriter, winning both the 2008 IAMA Songwriting contest and the 2007 Chris Austin Songwriting contest at MerleFest. Writing solo as well as with industry giants like Dixie and Tom T Hall, Jeanette has established herself as one of the industry's best writers.

Her list of awards, accolades, and career highlights continues to grow, as does her adoring fan base.

Latest release

Raise My Voice is an album of 12 songs - only one of which Kira didn't write. It's soulful and deep and it's better than the last one. Songs range from anthemic ("I Will Raise My Voice") to smoldering sass ("Say My Name" "You Gonna Regret Losing Me") to sweet smoothness ("It's So Good") to stank groove ("I Ain't Never") There's even one called "Hootchie Mama".