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Longevity in any career comes only to those who are exceptional. In the case of John Williamson he is just that, in the way he captures the Australian spirit, character and landscape with honesty, integrity and passion through his words…

NSW Variety Bash 2014 – DONATE TO JOHN’S CAR!

DONATE TO JOHN'S CAR John and his wife Meg are long time participants in the NSW Variety Bash, raising money for special needs children in Australia. This year Meg and John have set themselves a target to raise $50,000 for Variety. The…

The Big Red Bash

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We invite you to purchase from our website store at any time of the day or night by simply clicking on this STORE link. We have a whole host of CDs, DVDs and other John Williamson merchandise available including John's 2CD set A Hell Of A Career.…

2014 – An Exciting Time!

We think that it's going to be quite a year and John has some big news for all his friends and fans. John Williamson - Tamworth 2014 from Filmery on Vimeo.

Golden Guitars Galore!

The 42nd Country Music Awards of Australia heralded a sensational comeback for Sara Storer after a six year break from song writing. Her Lovegrass album won Album of the Year and Sara was acknowledged as Female Artist of the Year. Her duet with…

Great Ashes Win!

John was invited to sing True Blue in the SCG change room of the Australian Cricket Team after their massive win against the Poms. John was more than happy to oblige and celebrate the victory.

Road Report (From The West)

At the end of September, John and Meg flew to Western Australia to celebrate the 21st anniversary of the Malleefowl Preservation Group. Based in Ongerup, some 400kms south east of Perth, John is the patron of this highly successful conservation…

Road Report (Winter 2013)

John's recent tour saw the crew brave the chilly winter weather of July but were warmly welcomed by virtually sellout audiences in Wagga, Wangaratta, Bendigo and Warrnambool. It was so cold that the entire tour crew even found themselves driving…