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LP Morrison-Williams Self Titled album released in 2006 on Palo Duro Records



Shayne Morrison and Clint Williams knew they were a perfect musical match when they began collaborating six years ago after being introduced by a record shop owner in Tyler, Texas. Back then, they channeled their efforts toward writing songs for bassist Morrison’s band, Perfect Stranger. Those songs never made it onto a Perfect Stranger disc, though Williams eventually joined the band. The pair kept writing together sporadically, and submitted a song for the soundtrack to the 2004 film, The Alamo. When producers chose to use an all-instrumental score instead, Morrison and Williams decided it was time to record those tunes on their own. The result is Morrison-Williams’ self-titled debut on Palo Duro Records. The disc of easy country rockers and soulful ballads could catapult them beyond the level of fame Perfect Stranger earned with its indie hits, the Vince Gill-penned “Ridin’ the Rodeo,” and “You Have the Right to Remain Silent,” which became the title of the band’s 1995 Curb Records release. That album reached No. 4 and stayed on Billboard’s country chart for 40-some weeks. Perfect Stranger has a new album out this year on Smith Music called "Shake The World". Clint wrote the title track along with 4 other songs on the album and the duo is currently touring with Perfect Stranger. Shayne and Clint also made their debut cameos in TV and film appearing in a episode of "One Tree Hill" and the indie film "GI Jesus". Look for new music and a new tour to start soon and catch either a Morrison-Williams or Perfect Stranger show to see the latest from Shayne and Clint!!