Gary Williams has been in the business as a vocalist since the 1990s, starting off on his home ground in Humberside prior to his first big break that led to a 12-month UK tour of The Legend of Sinatra compèred by veteran DJ David Jacobs. West End stints in the Rat Pack and numerous concert
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I devoured this book.As a cabaret artist building a new headline act I found it well written honest and full of advice tips and insights.The book answered lots of questions, and gave me confidence in so many ways. Good advice is hard to find. I can wholeheartedly recommend this book.
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It is more than 10 years now since members of this group assembled for a ‘Songbirds Convergence’ , but reading Gary Williams’ book made me think that the experience must have been very similar to attending one of those events, although differently organised. Imagine a gathering of people interested, and involved in, cabaret – singers,
Cabaret Secrets is a well written handbook to any performer that is contemplating the follow spot, a high stool and maybe that modest band (though more likely a pianist) in accompaniment, as they climb down from the safely scripted magic of a show and engage with an audience in this most challenging but intimate of
Having gone through the total humiliation in my younger days of trying to make it as a cabaret artist, I empathise entirely with anyone who has taken the decision to put themselves through the mill of working men’s clubs, pubs, etc. However, if you want to make a success of your chosen profession you have
Last week Radio 2’s Desmond Carrington played Luck Be A Lady from Gary Williams Meets Frank Sinatra and said, “Gary Williams with “Luck be a Lady” from the nineteen-fifties and the clever American musical “Guys and Dolls”. Actually I bumped into Gary recently and besides having yet another CD album out he has written a
The art of cabaret is too often the Cinderella of the arts world: cabaret clubs arrive in a glitter ball of promise, only to vanish on the stroke of midnight. But now, Gary Williams, and established singer and recording artist, has marshalled his own personal experience – and spoken to many other practitioners – to
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