Jerry Williams

2018 Ones To Watch #10 – Jerry Williams

Portsmouth singer-songwriter Jerry Williams broke out onto the music stage at just 17 in 2014 after training as a classical guitarist.

And now, Jerry Williams looks set to be the jewel of the south coast’s first breakout singer-songwriter since Joe Jackson in the 1970s.

From cool and calm song-writing on her debut EP ‘A Hairdressers Called Sids’ to the vibrant and joyful track ‘Mother’ and ‘Grab Life’. Williams has shown to be a hot artist to keep an eye on in 2018 with gigs in late January/ early February the rising star is ready to grab her chance at centre stage this year.

Williams has already sold out her hometown’s Wedgewood Rooms and attracted support from the Box Plus Network and BBC Radio 1. As of yet, she is unsigned but who needs to be? What Williams has done so far proves that you don’t need a huge record label telling you how things should be run.

Expect an elegant voice and clever song-writing skills pushed to the limits as Jerry Williams takes on her biggest year yet.

– Featured image by Phoebe Fox –


22nd – Supporting Louise Redknapp, O2 Institute Birmingham (solo show)
29th – Broadcast, Glasgow (solo show)
30th – Jimmy’s, Manchester (stripped back show)
31st – Oporto, Leeds (stripped back show)


3rd – The Castle & Falcon, Birmingham (solo show)
5th – The Lexington, London (full band)
6th – Latest Music Bar, Brighton (full band)
7th – Heartbreakers Bar, Southampton (full band)

Tickets are available via Ents24 here!

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