Many of the greatest love songs or heartbreak songs are power ballads. Fans of Adult Contemporary and Pop often lend their ear and their tears to a well-written, well-sung ballad. Indie artist Pierre Williams has just written and released his own power ballad “So Do I” through his PW Media label. Produced by Pierre Williams and Josh David Walker Music, “So Do I” reminds the world of the need for love in every life no matter the level of success. It truly illuminates the fact that even though people are different and have different life experiences, at the core love is still what is most desired. “So Do I” is just the power ballad the fans of Pierre Williams have been waiting for. To hear the song, visit any digital streaming platform or download a copy directly from https://www.pierrewilliams.com. Please visit Pierre Williams’ artist fan page on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Theartistpierre.
“So Do I” is one of the most soulful ballads now streaming on Spotify, Apple Music, and other digital platforms. Recorded in Houston, TX with producer and engineer Josh David Walker, it features a soul stirring saxophone solo by Rich Gable and instrumentation by Austin Biel. There are two versions of the song. The soulful ballad version is the main release that will surely continue to rise on the Adult Contemporary charts. It is already in high streaming demand on Spotify and Apple Music. For the Easy Listening fans, there is also an intimate, acoustic version of the song. Both are available along with their respective instrumentals on the So Do I EP.
Pierre Williams believes that “So Do I” will touch the hearts of many and will spur the world on with love. One thing we all need more of in these times is encouragement.” Hear it now at HearNow. For music, videos, and more from Pierre Williams, or for booking inquiries, please visit his website https://www.pierrewilliams.com. There are also the links to his Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, and YouTube.
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