The release of "Just A Little Closer Home" marks the 10th album that PAUL WILLIAMS has recorded for REBEL RECORDS. Since coming out of retirement and recording his classic "Old Ways & Old Paths" in 1999, Williams has become one of the most noted and most honored members of the Bluegrass Gospel community. Known to fans of Bluegrass music for his long association with the late Jimmy Martin, as well as being a founding member of the legendary LONESOME PINE FIDDLERS, Williams has a powerful and distinctive tenor voice that has now gained fans worldwide for his soulful gospel music. In addition to his fine mandolin work, Williams is also a superior song writer --he wrote several of Jimmy Martin's hit songs and has penned numerous pieces for his Rebel albums, many of them published through Top O'Holston Music, a company owner by his close friend Doyle Lawson. Williams' previous album --WHAT A JOURNEY --was by far his best selling record to date, getting recognition and exposure in the Southern Gospel field as well as from the Bluegrass market. It included several of his most popular songs to date, including Tom T. Hall's "There's A Miracle Everywhere You Go" and the much requested "I Went Down A Beggar But I Came Up A Millionaire"