Not long ago, Nicholas Edward Williams dropped by the office to chat and share a few tunes. If the name doesn’t ring a bell, for fans of North Florida music, Williams’s silky vocal stylings and playful wordplay certainly will, as they belong to popular one-time Jax-resident and fave local folky formerly known as Whetherman.

We asked Williams about the moniker-change (and you can watch that interview here), but regardless of what you call him, the kid can play. And hot damn; he can sing!

But Williams is still a storyteller at heart.

For the singer-songwriter–who’s grown quite familiar with the house show/listening room circuit–every song has a story. And as he embarks on his Ramblin’ Tour across the Southeast and Midwest, he’ll be sharing the inspiration behind each tune.

You can catch Williams in Northeast Florida at St. Augustine’s Prohibition Kitchen on Monday, June 10, or next time he rambles our way. For now, check out Williams performance of “Ain’t it Convenient”–a cheeky take on the absurdity of our modern comforts.

Presented by: Prohibition Kitchen