Jack Williams
Born and raised in Florida, Jack has written for Pete Townshend’s publishing company, William Tell Music, and Ken Hensley’s “Umble Tunes,” where Jack had six songs recorded by Uriah Heep and one by the southern rock band Blackfoot. In 2006 “Without You”, a song Jack wrote with Don Poythress was cut by Lance Miller . In 2007, Kristina Cornell (Lofton Creek) recorded “Whenever it Rains” which she co-wrote with Jack and Dave Gibson. Stephanie Urbina Jones on Equity Records cut a song that she and Mark Marchetti wrote with Jack called “When You Run Out Of Road”.