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Marlon Williams is a 27-year-old singer from New Zealand whose latest album “Make Way for Love,” came out earlier this year. He’s well known in his home country for his work with a band called the Unfaithful Ways, and his Secret History of Country Music Songwriting series with Delaney Davidson. In America, you might know his song, “Dark Child,” written by his friend Tim Moore. It’s a positively chilling song, and it was used quite effectively at the end of the first episode of the Netflix series “Wild Wild Country.” He’s also well known in his country for his romance with singer Aldous Harding, a singer who he’s no longer dating, but who he nevertheless invited to sing on a song he wrote about their breakup. But it all began for Marlon Williams when he joined the choir at about age 10.
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