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Phone:
360-221-6080

Address:
5417 S. Crawford Road
Langley, WA 98260
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Whidbey Air Park Operations:
Airport use: Open to the public 
Activation date: 01/1961 
Control tower: no 
ARTCC: SEATTLE CENTER 
FSS: SEATTLE FLIGHT SERVICE STATION 
NOTAMs facility: SEA (NOTAM-D service available) 
Attendance: UNATNDD 
Wind indicator: yes 
Segmented circle: no

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Oct12

Meg Williams

Porter's Public House, 5417 S Crawford Road, Langley, WA 98260

"Meg Williams balances her big guitar playing with a sweet and sultry vocal style and razor-sharp lyrics… ” — Rick J Bowen

Meg Williams performs frequently at venues across the country with her band, Meg Williams Band, as a solo/duo act, and as a guitarist for other artists. She recently competed in the 2019 International Blues Challenge (Memphis, TN), representing the Kentucky Blues Society, and was the house band director for the Women in Blues Showcase during the IBC's. Meg has additionally performed main-stage at the 2018 Venice Blues Festival (Venice, FL), RedGorilla Music Festival (Austin, TX), Blues Radio International during the BMA's (Memphis, TN), Knoxville’s WDVX Blue Plate Special, Tennessee Motorcycles & Music Revival Festival, & Loretta Lynn’s Ranch as an artist, and performed at Cheyenne Frontier Days & CMA Fest as a guitarist for other artists. Meg is set to perform at the 2019 Tall City Blues Fest in Midland, TX (Women in Blues Showcase with Meg Williams Band), and the Ann Arbor Blues Festival (Guitarist for blues legend Benny Turner).

Meg’s newest blues-rock CD, 'Take Me As I Am: The Muscle Shoals Sessions' and her 2017 EP ‘Maybe Someday,’ have been played on SiriusXM’s Bluesville and radio stations world-wide – 'Take Me As I Am' has reached #21 on Top 50 Blues Album Charts & #7 on Top 50 Blues Rock Album Charts (Roots Music Report). Meg's song 'Little Bit of the Devil' reached #2 Top 50 Blues Rock songs & #9 Top Blues Song (Roots Music Report). Often compared to Susan Tedeschi and Bonnie Raitt, Meg’s guitar playing has captured the attention of listeners throughout Nashville and increasingly the US.