Joy Elizabeth Williams is an American singer-songwriter. The winner of four Grammy Awards, Williams has released four solo albums and four EPs since her self-titled debut in 2001. She was half of the Civil Wars duo from 2009 until 2014.
|Born:||Joy Elizabeth Williams, November 14, 1982, West Branch, Michigan, U.S.|
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About Joy Williams
Grammy award winning singer-songwriter of the folk rock duo The Civil Wars from 2009 to 2012 who started as a solo act in 2000. She performed alongside John Paul White in The Civil Wars.
She was first signed to a label at the age of 17 and had a stellar beginning to her career with 11 Dove Award nominations and more than 300,000 albums sold between 3 records.
She and the front man for The National, Matt Berninger, collaborated on the theme song for AMC's TURN.
She has a sister named Sara. She had a son named Miles born in 2012 with her husband Nate Yetton.
She and Chris Cornell worked on a song called "Misery Chain" together for the 12 Years a Slave soundtrack.
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