Bio

Dale Williams was born and raised in Hyde Park, on the south side of Chicago. While still in Chicago, Williams performed with many other well-known acts such as the the AACM (Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians), Phil Coran, as well as the Pharaohs/aka Sky (just to name a few). From there, Williams toured the US with Little Milton, Oscar Brown Jr., the Sun-Ra Arkestra, and Jean Carn.

Williams eventually made his way to Los Angeles, where he would go on to tour with artists such as Watt’s 103rd st. Band,     Rebbie Jackson      , Otis Day & the Knights, Solomon Burke’s  , Mighty Mo Rodgers , Tito Jackson,       Dorothy Moore,             LL Cool J,              Ronnie Laws, ElosieLaws, and Tom Browne.                                             Dale Williams began performing in the local blues, jazz, and R&B scene, where he played with Howard Hewitt, Al B Sure, Faith Evans, Eric Bennet, The Mary Jane Girls, Doug E Fresh, Brian McKnight, and Brandy.

**Career History**

Oscar Brown Jr.
Little Milton
Sun-Ra Arkestra
Jean Carn
Solomon Burke
Otis Day and the Knights                                          Watt’s 103rd st. Band                                                        Rebbie Jackson

Tito Jackson                                                                        Dorothy Moore                                                                          LL cool J
Mary jane Girls                                                                     Brandy

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*Teaching Experience**

Mesa City Collage San Diego
Music History /Blues and jazz guitar /Jazz Combo Band U.C.San diego
Blues and jazz Guitar
Recording
Sun-Ra
Live In Ann Arbor Jazz and Blues Festival
Lanquidity
Antique Blacks
Mighty Mo Rodgers (records released in Europe):
-Red Neck Blues
-Mud’N Blood
Dale Williams (Solo albums):
- Heaven’s Got The Blues
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**Movies and Videos**

The Tallman:
-Lose’n Everything (song, 2012 )                                         John Legend:
-So High (music video, 2004)                                                                                                                                                  Idlewild:
-Sally (music video,2006)  

    Sun- Ra                                                                                        A Joyful Noise (1980)


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