Sunday, September 18, 2016

Big Ro Williams - "Good For The Gander"

Big Ro Williams currently has a southern soul hit that's been on the top ten chart for the last few weeks - "Good For The Gander." (Listen below.)  I didn't know much about the artist so I went to his website ( and cut/pasted his interesting bio - see below (what a cute smile!!!):


 Roosevelt Williams is a multi-talented singer, song writer, producer, and drummer. He was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama. He, like many other musicians developed his love for music in the church. Roosevelt was only 7 years old when he began performing. He was greatly influenced by his mother, Brenda Williams, and uncle, Ronald Miller, who played drums for Bill Pinkney and the Original Drifters and his God brother Sir Charles Jones.

 Following college Roosevelt, now known as “Big Ro Williams” entered the world of hip hop. He later reconnected with high school friend, southern soul artist Sir Charles Jones. Sir Charles convinced Big Ro Williams to focus on southern soul music and join him on the road. Being on tour fueled the fire for Big Ro to emerge from the back ground and grab the spot light.

 Soon after going solo Big Ro Williams completed his first project, a 5 song EP named “Good Love Muscle.” All 5 songs were met with good reviews and have been receiving airplay. He is currently collaborating with Keith Ruff on his next project.

 Big Ro Williams has been in the music business as a solo artist for just a couple years and is taking the southern soul world by storm. He has endless energy and enthusiasm, a true entertainer. Big Ro has the ability to get any party started, he can get a crowd dancing, and he always leaves them wanting more! Many have started referring to him as the “Big Daddy of Southern Soul.”

As his popularity increases he remains humble and more focused than ever. Big Ro Williams stays true to his faith and believes “failure is not an option.”

Check out his website:

Here's "Good For The Gander!!"

Southern Soul Paradise

1 comment:

  1. I know that my generation had the best music ever And I am not a southern lady but I know what I hear LOL


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