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However, they’ve managed to mix their styles together to create a sound that’s unique to the both of them.“I love the blend of what has happened, that I am collaborating very much with a Southern gentleman,” Williams says, adding, “If we hadn’t been in that same room together there would have been no way we’d written what we’d written.” The duo reteamed with Charlie Peacock, who produced their Poison & Wine EP, for Barton Hollow.
Joy danced around the subject, but certainly didn’t deny it!Whatever shape or form the next chapter takes, thanks for being a large part of this one.” Joy Williams and John Paul White (or Johnny Depp look-a-like as we call him) formed the band after meeting in 2008.In 2011, they released their first full-length album, “Barton Hollow”, which won two Grammy Awards for Best Folk Album and Best Country Duo/Group Performance.“To me, I’m 100 percent in what’s happening with The Civil Wars,” Williams says. “I won’t speak for Joy, but the limited solo performances that I’ve done since The Civil Wars’ sort of upswing started have been so lackluster. “I would love to be in this band as long as the band is able to function and make music that moves people and moves us, and I think what’s great about the band is that there is also room for us to still co-write with other people and for me to do solo work, but I mean, we’re hitting the road and we’re not looking back once the full-length happens.” She pauses. There’s this creative energy that’s just cut in half when you’re onstage, and you know, that could come back and that could not come back and I could really care less…There may be times when she and I release material outside of The Civil Wars, but it’s not in my foreseeable future, I can say that.