Growing up outside of Dallas, TX, Williamson was heavily influenced by her late grandmother. Someone Williamson says has not only inspired her music, but has acted as a muse to help express herself throughtout her carreer. Having a deep love and admiration for the late Jimmy Buffett at an early age, Williamson knew she wanted to be involved in music somehow. She began writting reviews and interviewing bands before she herself would soon be interviewed and written about in later years. Having moved to New York in her early 20s for a brief stint, it was there she felt something was changing within her. She later self-released her first two albums, "Native State" and "Heart Song", on her very own label before meeting back up in New York a few years later with the Mexican Summer folks and starting what would eventually become the journey of her life. Her new album "Time Ain't Accidental" is nominated for a grammy and Williamson couldn't be more excited and blessed for all the hard work shes put in over the years and how its finally paying off. Enjoy!