Music has always come first for Williams. The self-proclaimed punk-empress of African Rock got her start in East Flatbush, Brooklyn. She attended Brooklyn Technical High School (known for its Nobel Laureate alumni, as well as Mos Def and Talib Kweli) and majored in psychology before studying classical voice at New Jersey City University. This rich background coupled with Cole’s foundation in classical piano (trained from ages 4-17), a church upbringing, and childhood love affair with her parents’ record collection provided her with the foundation to eventually broaden her artistic horizon, but it would take a big move and a leap of faith to put her creative potential in motion.
Forever a melting pot of cultural diversity and creativity, New Orleans represented a new opportunity for Williams. Since relocating to the city in 2015, Williams’ creativity has soared. Not long after settling down in The Big Easy, Williams rebranded That’sMyCole featuring Cole Williams and formed the Cole Williams Band, a unique and soulful band that is leading the “African Rock Revolution.” CWB have shared the stage with India.Arie, Lauryn Hill, Emily King, Corey Henry, and Treme Funktet among others. With performances at iconic venues across the globe already under their belt (Blue Note, Maple Leaf Bar, 2015 Ooh Poo Pah Doo residency, BAM Cafe, Martyr’s, Ace Hotel, C’mon Everybody, World Cafe Life, Prime Example, House Of Blues) the band have its sights set on New Orleans, where they have a Saturday night residency at Marigny Brasserie.
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