Come And See
Come And See
Acoustic demo, recorded in Grästorp, Sweden, 2018
From an early age Samuel Hugh Williams was fascinated by music. As a young child his parents would find him making beats on his Fisher-Price drum kit and singing into his handheld tape recorder. As soon as he was old enough to work he got a job at the local music store. There he was exposed to musicians, instruments, and his first taste of the stage. From that moment on, Sam was clear on what he wanted to be when he grew up - a rockstar. After moving from Maryland to Florida, Sam began his professional music career in St. Augustine playing five nights a week, basically achieving local celebrity status. This led to an opportunity to join world-touring musician, Zach Deputy on his upcoming tour, playing guitar in the band and serving as the tour manager. This gig had Sam living his dream, playing in front of thousands at venues and festivals all over North America, including Gathering of the Vibes, Bear Creek, and Mountain Jam, to name just a few. After leaving Zach Deputy to pursue writing original music, Sam met his wife, Luci Butler, volunteering as a music therapy assistant. Together they created the high-vibe duo, Sam and Luci.
Lucinda Anne Butler Williams was destined to become a musician. Her passion for melody starting in infancy led her to attend the University of Georgia where she majored in psychology and music therapy, specializing in piano and voice. After college she moved to New York City and began her career as a music therapist, working at the Institute for Music and Neurologic Function. After performing for the annual fundraiser with a stroke patient who had made an incredible recovery, Moby, who was in attendance that evening, asked her to join his band on keyboards and backup vocals for his upcoming world tour. This led to her next gig touring with the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. During her New York years Luci had the pleasure of performing with greats like Steven Tyler, Lou Reed, Tricia Yearwood, and Joe Walsh among many others, and on TV shows including Jay Leno, Conan O'Brian, and Jimmy Fallon to name a few. In 2014 she took a break from touring to focus on her original music project. In the process she moved to St. Augustine, Florida where she met her husband, Sam Williams. Together they formed the inspiring duo, Sam and Luci.