For front man, Zach Williams, it’s a chance to perform in front of a crowd after the COVID-19 pandemic put a pause on live music.
“I don’t know if I’m going to just burst into tears or jump up and down in celebration,” Williams said. “It’s going to be an overwhelming experience.”
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Williams chatted with 92.3 The Tide morning DJ Andy Harris about Williamsburg Live!, his feelings about the commercial success of his song “Dried Up River,” a connection to Williamsburg that one of his bandmates has, and what he plans to do during his stay in the Historic Triangle.
Listen to their conversation here:
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