Single Premiere: Wynn Williams “Man What A Woman”

Wynn Williams is keeping country music classic, ladies and gentlemen and we love him for it. With a new one single to be released this week, trust me when I tell you, “Man What A Woman” will have you and your partner dancing in circles this February and beyond!

Williams sure picks up the beat and offers a fun-loving two-stepper with this one. He teamed up with  Roger Brown, who also produced the track in Nashville at The Moose Lodge. “Roger and I were at a writer’s retreat together hosted by a mutual friend of ours and fellow artist, Drew Fish. It was the third day of the retreat and we had been writing all day with others in attendance, so we were both kind of tired. It’s a rare occasion to finish two songs in a day, and sometimes it’s tough to even get one finished on a bad day. However after dinner, Roger came to me with an idea and he had the chorus finished, but nothing else. This would be his third song of the day and my second, but we sat down and had “Man What A Woman” finished in a little less than an hour. It’s one of those feel good, love songs that has a kind of catchiness to it that people can sing along to after hearing it for the first time. The production of the song turned out almost exactly like we had imagined it in our heads.”

From being selected to compete in the TMP Songwriter Contest to making his debut at the legendary Gruene Hall, 2018 was quite a year for Williams and the band. 2019 is looking even brighter as Williams shares he has even more new tunes for us to sing and dance along to. ““Man What A Woman” is the first song we wrote for a new project that would ultimately end up with fourteen songs. We’re excited to get this single out to listeners as it’s the beginning of a string of new music being released throughout the year!”

Y’all give “Man What a Woman” a spin below. You can download and stream it starting Friday, Feb. 1!








Author: Christina Ramirez

Editorial contributor for Texas Music Pickers and a whole-hearted collector of Texas/Red Dirt tunes and the stories behind them. You can also find me on the dance floor.

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