Born in New York in 1967, Dar Williams is a pop folk singer-songwriter who became known in the 90’s. Her song lyrics cover themes such as religion, adolescence, gender issues, anti-commercialism, loss, humor, ageism, and self-loathing. “The Honesty Room”, Dar’s first full album, was released in 1993 and was soon taken over by Waterbug Records. She then moved to the label Razor & Tie in 1995 and released her second album “Mortal City” in 1996. Other albums include “End of The Summer” (1997), “Cry Cry Cry” (1998), “The Green World” (2000), “The Beauty of the Rain” (2003), and “My Better Self” (2005), each with their own set of deeply thought out, authentic lyrics.

Dar’s most recent work covers themes having to do more with a mature woman evaluating her life, rather than a young woman getting a grip of her upbringing, such as her album “Promised Land” that she released in 2008. She has supported various causes, playing in many benefit concerts as well as being the founder of Snowden Environmental Trust.

Since the 2008 release of her latest album “Promised Land,” folk musician Dar Williams has been a sort of permanent fixture on the road, performing scattered shows across the country. Her album promotion will continue this summer on a month-long tour with musician Stephen Kellogg. The 21-date adventure officially... Read more
Folk-pop songstress Dar Williams hasn’t completed her journey to the “Promised Land” quite yet. Originally scheduled to end at the end of October, the singer-songwriter’s 2008 tour has been extended through the end of the year with recently added dates. The fall leg of the tour launched with a... Read more
After an August 24 concert with Judy Collins, folk-pop songstress Dar Williams will be ready to hit the road for the fall leg of her U.S. tour. The next set of performances begins September 12 in Somerville, MA, and concludes with shows on November 7 and 8 in Alexandria,... Read more