Lady and Gent
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Lady and Gent


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"James McMurtry with Lady and Gent"

"Dana Sorensen's tender, thoughtful harmonies and demure stage presence complemented Garret Williams's false starts, manic expressions and hoarse, nervous vocals. Williams's charming melodies and considerate, self-aware lyrics helped answer the question of why she stays with the S.O.B." -

"Garret Williams (Lady and Gent) a finalist in Martin Guitars and American Songwriter's Publishing Deal Contest"

American Songwriter and Martin Guitar‘s “The Pub Deal” Contest was the first of its kind, designed to award a talented and deserving songwriter a year-long $20,000 publishing contract with HoriPro Entertainment Group, Inc.

All the entries have been carefully reviewed, discussed and narrowed down to 25 Finalists, listed below, in no particular order. With the help of Holly Williams, Dean Dillon, Martin Ambassador Mac Powell and Martin Ambassador Hunter Hayes the “Top 5? will be determined by Dec. 10 and invited to participate in an audition process with HoriPro’s staff. Click each finalist to view their American Songspace profile and listen. -

"City Weekly Liner Notes"

While Williams says the overall theme is “acceptance of real life ... and not hiding from its beauty or ugliness,” he gives some, at times surprising, additional insight into these four tracks -

" Features Lady and Gent as their Daily Discovery"

Follow the link to read the spotlight. -


To Death in Delta-2012



In their first year, Lady & Gent already has a lot of people talking. comparing them to the Avett Brothers, Mumford & Sons, Jimmy Buffet or Ray LaMontagne. Some call their music Folk, some call it Country, and others call it Indie. The band members themselves argue that Americana/Folk is probably the best categorization but are quick to add that fitting into a generic mold has never been their priority. Lady & Gent has quickly built a reputation for producing genuine emotion in their songs, delivered directly from the hearts of real people with real pains, real joys, real questions and real hopes.

Despite a seemingly abrupt arrival to the music scene, Lady & Gent’s foundations extend back much earlier. Frontman Garret Williams had a passion for music since childhood, but didn’t learn to play an instrument until age 20. While living in South America, he found an old guitar in the back room of his small house and asked his roommate to teach him a few chords. Garret quietly developed his musical ability for a few years before writing his first song, “By the Ocean,” in secret. He kept his songwriting to himself for another year before beginning to show up alone to open-mic nights at various venues around Utah. Before long he began to gain a reputation for performing well-crafted songs with fresh, raw feeling.

Lady and Gent formed in April 2011 with Garret Williams, his brother Ben, Dana Sorenson, and Chris White. They gained a strong local following having opened for national acts like Kalai, Griffin House, and Isaac Russell. In early 2013 they toured with James McMurtry and Angel Taylor.

They were recently featured on as the Daily Discovery and Garret was selected as a finalist in Martin Guitar and American Songwriter's Pub Deal Contest.

Lady and Gent prides themselves in writing songs from the honest place of not so perfect hearts. They are songs wrought from personal experiences, songs about true happiness and true sadness, real love and feigned love, long lives and tragically short lives. They are songs that hit you in the heart and linger in your soul.