Born in Mississippi,
Arthur Williams is one of the few remaining authentic Delta-style
blues harp masters. While growing up in Chicago, Williams carefully listened
to the records and radio broadcasts of his two idols, Sonny
Boy Williamson and Little
Walter. He went on to play with Elmore
Wells, and the great Muddy
Waters. Arthur's harp prowess on Frank
Frost's 1966 album earned the respect of legions of music critics
and fellow bluesmen. After moving to St. Louis, Williams recorded and
toured with Big Bad Smitty.
An incredibly gifted harmonica player, Williams is finally achieving his
long-overdue recognition as a world-class musician.
from Midnight Blue CD, enjoy!