Watch Marlon Williams croon for the SXSW crowd at PledgeHouse

Marlon Williams at PledgeHouse during SXSW
Marlon Williams performs at PledgeHouse during SXSW (MPR Photo | Nate Ryan)

Marlon Williams, a New Zealand singer-songwriter, channels the pathos and drama of evocative voices like Roy Orbison and Chris Isaak.

Williams kicked off his set with a track he released last fall before launching into songs from his most recent album, Make Way for Love.

Songs Performed

Vampire Again
Party Boy
Nobody Gets What They Want Anymore
Make Way for Love

Related Stories

  • Marlon Williams performs in The Current studio On tour with Sam Beam and Jesca Hoop, New Zealand singer-songwriter Marlon Williams visits The Current's studio for a session hosted by Mac Wilson. After encountering country music as a teenager, Williams has found his niche writing and performing in the Americana genre.
  • Album preview: Marlon Williams' self-titled debut Embracing a range of folk-infused influences, New Zealand singer-songwriter Marlon Williams' self-titled solo debut is likely to earn fans the world over. Stream Williams' forthcoming album in its entirety before its Feb. 19 release date.