Brent Williams

"Umbrella in the Rain"
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Brent’s lengthy career in show business has been extraordinary and in many ways a prosperous one.
It has taken him to numerous points throughout North America, and he is forever grateful for the life experiences and successes he’s had.

Brent is committed to making a difference in people’s lives, and therefore he’s always striving to create new and better ideas to use in his speeches and recordings to bring public awareness. Age has impeded Brent’s touring schedule somewhat, but he still finds

ways to reach out personally, through social media platforms and his personal appearances, to connect with anybody willing to listen. If you should ever get an opportunity to catch one of Brent’s performances, don’t you dare miss it.

“Umbrella in the Rain”

Brent’s recordings are available through this website and can be viewed, heard, and streamed on most social media platforms:
YouTube / Spotify / iTunes / Pandora / iCloud / ReverbNation / SoundCloud

Brent is also an Author. His work can be obtained through the publisher: or Amazon / Title: “Levi Brenton Williams” / Before & After ‘Notoriety’

Awards & Achievements

Nova Scotia Country Music Hall of Fame

Brent Williams was inducted into the Nova Scotia Country Music Hall of Fame in 2013.

Lifetime Achievement Award

On March 7th, 2015, Brent received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the African Nova Scotian Music Association (ANSMA).

Stompin' Tom Award

In 2020, Brent was one of 5 recipients of the Stompin’ Tom Award, which honours musicians who have made long-term contributions to East-Coast music in Canada.

In the Media

Brent was one of the founding members of the Canadian Country Music association, and continues to tour throughout the Maritimes and Canada. He has been featured many times in the media, including the links below:

Brent Williams Inducted into Nova Scotia Country Music Hall of Fame

Meet the musician from N.S. who helped pioneer bluegrass in Canada

‘Being two black people, it was very unique to be playing that kind of music,’ says Brent Williams.

CBC News · Posted: Nov 27, 2019

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