Ken Williams (composer)

Ken Williams (born 1952 in Victoria, British Columbia) is a Canadian musician and composer,[1] and the current mayor of Highlands, British Columbia as of December 2014.[2][3]

In his career as a musician, Williams played with The New Vaudeville Band, the Dixon House Band and Zipper, and was a studio bassist at Mushroom Studios in Vancouver. He was nominated for a Video Premiere Award for Best Composer for The Crimson Code. His other composing credits include In the Company of Men,[4] So Weird, The Magician's House,[5] Police Academy and Two of Hearts.


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