NEW YORK (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — Sixteen-year-old Charlie Williams is poised to break into the mainstream in 2011 with the release of his sophomore album "Dreams Come True." The young singer released the album on February 14th through Silver Blue Records.
Charlie has made a name for himself in the classical crossover world – his debut album spent 22 weeks on Billboard Classical Crossover chart. The album "Dreams Come True" is produced by the multi-platinum record producer Joel Diamond and multi-Grammy Winner Rudy Perez.
Charlie recently performed at Tony La Russa's Animal Rescue Foundation Annual Stars To The Rescue XX in Walnut Creek, CA. At the event, Charlie appeared with Trumpeter Chris Botti, Tom Johnston of The Doobie Brothers, Timothy B. Schmit of The Eagles, and comedians Lewis Black and Kathleen Madigan.
Charlie has been performing since age 6 as an a cappella soloist for the VOENA (Voices Of Eve 'n Angel's) Children's Choir – which has performed for Presidents Clinton, George W Bush and the Pope John Paul II.
— Crystal Lynn Huntoon