Warren H Williams has cemented himself as a living national treasure.
Warren H has a prodigious musical output. In 2012 he released two projects – his sixth studio album Urna Marra’ and the highly acclaimed ‘Winanjjara; The Song Peoples Sessions’, a collaboration with The Warumunga Songmen.
Born in the remote community of Hermannsburg, 120kms west of Alice Springs, Warren H Williams is one of the biggest Indigenous names in the Australian country music scene.
His recent ventures illustrate his evolving talents: in 2007 he premiered his first musical ‘The Magic Coolamon’ and in 2008 a country music television show ‘Pmarra Country’, on NITV.
Warren was the 2012 ‘Red Ochre Award’ winner at the National Indigenous Arts Awards and has been inducted into the Hands Of Fame at Tamworth.
In 2006 he was named NAIDOC ‘Artist of the Year’ and the NT Indigenous Music Awards presented him ‘Most Popular Song’ in 2005 and “Male Artist of the Year’ in 2004.
He is in high demand for his guitar skills and can often be seen helping out on stage, in recording studios or penning songs for his many friends and talented family in the music industry in the Northern Territory.