Charleston’s Most Unique Duo – Performing All Styles
Performing the most wide variety of any live music group in Charleston, Bob and Mike Williams are a father & son, guitar / violin duo that have been performing in the Charleston and surrounding islands for 10 years, performing for weddings, restaurants, and private events. View / Download our Pop Rock List Here
“New Chamber Music”
Comfortable with many styles of Classical, Swing Jazz, and even special arrangements of Classic Rock through new music today, they are the quintessential group with a diverse repertoire. Your guests will play ‘name that tune’. Hearing your favorite songs, no matter from what decade, the Williams Duo has the music – choose from over 500 songs they have performed over these past 10 years in Charleston, with over 190 performances last year alone.
Hear them LIVE!
You can hear them live every weekend, Saturday evenings at the Sanctuary Hotel, Kiawah, and on Sunday nights at the Charleston Grill, at Charleston Place Hotel, downtown Charleston. Come meet us in person to get a chance to hear our special sound that has been refined over the years.
Weddings, Private Events – Not just ‘background music’ – but Live Entertainment
Have the Williams play some Classical for your wedding ceremony, and then become amplified on stage to play hours worth of popular and jazz songs for your wedding reception. “Is that a Trio?” many people often ask as the sound is full and complete – the Duo sounds like more than 2 people – Bob’s fantastic finger-style guitar derived from extensive Classical and Jazz training emulates a guitar and bass combination that is full of rhythm, energy and movement.
Mike’s violin background gears toward jazz, having classical as the foundation for his technique. Hear Slash’s guitar solo in Guns and Roses, “Sweet Child of Mine” as he mimics an electric guitar with his own definitive style on the violin.
A Classical Trio, a Jazz Trio
Bob and Mike often add other instruments, such as a cellist to form a wedding string trio, and then for the reception, add some percussion and a bass player to form a jazz / popular quartet, performing Chili Peppers, Guns ‘n Roses, Eric Clapton, John Mayer, the list goes on and on.