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C. Glen Williams

About C. Glen Williams: C. Glen Williams has been playing guitar since 1996, and writing original folk songs for just as long. Armed with a nylon-stringed acoustic, he penned "Pickup Street" within two months of learning his first three chords.

His first EP, The Money Keeps Rolling In (currently out of print) featured original songs and re-arrangements of the traditional "Lyke Wake Dirge" and "Sovay." It was released in the heyday of mp3.com, prior to the "Beam-It!" incident that spelled a long downward spiral for the company.

In 1999, he recorded his first full-length album, Post-Millennial Heebie-Jeebies. The album again included a handful of traditionals, this time including "Drunken Sailor" and "Sir Patrick Spens." Original tracks on the album included a re-written "Pickup Street," comical lost-love song "Wasted All This Time," and the rollicking "Good Ship Roger" (in a medley with "Drunken Sailor").

C. Glen Williams' "Wasted All This Time" recently appeared in Ian Donnelly's short film "Infected," from iDsD Productions.

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