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Chance, circumstance, and a spiritual mindset has led Slim to work in many musical realms and with a multitude of collaborators. He’s had the privilege of sharing the stage with artists including Smokey Robinson, Oscar Peterson, Daniel Lavoie, The Neville Brothers and Joe Cocker just to name a few...
Slim’s musical career began at the age of nine when he comfortably played organ at the Mount Zion Baptist Church in Rocky Mountain, NC for 50 cents every Sunday. When he and his family moved to Norfolk, VA, Slim began to play for his father’s church (his father was a pastor) as well as with local groups. Then came the shift to Detroit at age 18, and he began working with such greats as Philippé Wynne of The Spinners, Rick Shepard, and The Drifters.
Warren ‘Slim’ WIlliams is a modern composer, producer, singer, and keyboardist. Slim has worked with some household names, and has some serious stories. Did yo know that he is one of Tchukon's original members?