Iggy Pop isn't the only member of the Stooges with a busy 2016. Guitarist James Williamson joined forces with Lisa Kekaula and will be releasing three singles this year, but not in the fashion you'd expect. Known for his explosive riffs, Williamson shows that can he still rock on the B-side from one those singles in "Never Far From Where the Wild Things Are." The song shows how the guitarist, when combined with Kekaula, can still have manical energy, even at this point in his career. However, unlike his hard rockin' early days, this song is a bit different in how it came to fruition.
"This track was originally written by my son Jamie and inspired by the book Where The Wild Things Are," he explains. "I liked it so much that I helped him massage the music and lyrics a little bit and think it came out great. Like the A-side of this single, it's another fun track that should appeal to people of all ages, just like the book which inspired it."
James Williamson and Lisa Kekaula’s “I Love My Tutu” / “Never Far From Where The Wild Things Are” single will be available June 17th digitally through iTunes here and on 7-inch vinyl on August 12th through Amazon and finer record stores. Proceeds from this record will benefit Project Hawai’i, which helps homeless children in Hawaii. For more info on Project Hawai'i go to: http://www.helpthehomelesskeiki.org