LEVI Brenton Williams - Before & After Notoriety

Author: Brenton Williams


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This book is based not only on my professional music career, but it encompasses some very personal aspects of my journey and roller coaster ride through the difficulties endured in my personal and professional life. My fans and closest friends will be surprised by my story. Including most of my family, who will have known nothing about that part of my life. One of the objectives of this book and life story is to offer some hope, insight, and encouragement for others experiencing similar situations. And if one person becomes a follower of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ from reading my story, that will be a bonus. We lived off the land, where we grew a large vegetable garden each year, had the luxuries of an outhouse for a toilet, and the necessary livestock and access to essential commodities for some of our needs, like egg-laying hens, pigs, dogs, oil lamps, a root cellar, woodstoves, great speckled trout fishing, bicycles, sixshooters and comic books. Most doors had locks but seldom were used, only if one was leaving home for an extended period. You could leave whatever you wished to leave outside, nobody touched it because the neighbours always kept an eye on one another’s properties. What a life, what a way to live. Wow! What a life, what a way to live, it was spectacular!

 Renowned for being one of Canada’s greats in the music industry, this charming and versatile entertainer from Nova Scotia remains dedicated to traveling and sharing his music with his fans from coast to coast. Born and raised in Hassetts, Nova Scotia the youngest of eight and one of the founding members and Board of Directors for the Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA) 1973. Brent was nominated for one of his songs in 1978 in the ”Outstanding Performance Category” by the CCMA and won 1st Place in the “Bon Soo” Open Fiddle Championship in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario.

He has had several charted records during his lengthy career, and he made his debut as an actor when he played the role of “Mr. Slaight” in the movie “Steel Kiss”. He also performed and acted in the live musical play “Cafe of Romance” that played for 10 days in the “Scarborough Village Theatre” in Toronto, Ontario. More recently: Brent performed the music and acted in the CBC TV eight-part mini-series “Studio Black” an award-winning series. Brent’s music is enjoyed throughout North America and his popularity continues to grow. Not only has Brent recorded numerous albums and CDs his versatility makes him outstanding in his field and sets him apart from most other artists.

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Black & White

Pages: 312 | Trim Size: 6x9

Genre: Autobiography

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