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The B. Williams Experiment

Jazz Appreciation Month is April and what better way to celebrate it than to present this talented musician.  On the music scene since he was 12 years-old, B. Williams’ career has been an amazing musical journey. A direct protégé of Grammy and Billboard super producer Michael J. Powell, B. Williams is a powerhouse of musical knowledge from producing to arranging and everything in between.  Known as one of the premiere drummers on Detroit’s live music scene, B. Williams is considered a “go-to” music guy because of his ability to play numerous instruments and his versatile repertoire.  But don’t believe us; experience the B. Williams Experiment for yourself as we welcome this great talent to the Comerica Java & Jazz concert stage.

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