Willis Alan Ramsey
Willis Alan Ramsey’s debut in 1972 on Leon Russell’s Shelter label was mined by many artists for their own recordings, including Jimmy Buffett (“Ballad of Spider John”), Jimmie Dale Gilmore (“Goodbye Old Missoula”), Shawn Colvin (“Satin Sheets”), Captain & Tennille (“Muskrat Love”), Jerry Jeff Walker (“Northeast Texas Women”), Lyle Lovett (“Sleepwalkin’”, “North Dakota”) and Eric Clapton’s recent recording of “Positively”.
His second album, “Gentilly”, is scheduled for release in the spring of 2010.
Videos & Press
[Dallas News] March 21, 2012 The monthlong celebration of the 35th anniversary of Poor David’s Pub has flushed University Park-raised singer-songwriter Willis Alan Ramsey from cover. The shy and introspective artist enjoys the spotlight like one would a good root canal. But he will ride back into his hometown on Friday bearing his six-string Excalibur […]