Williams Fitzsimmons is an American singer-songwriter, based in Illinois, best known for his songs “Passion Play” and “Please Don’t Go”, which aired during pivotal scenes in ABC’s media drama “Grey’s Anatomy”. His first two full-length albums, “Until When We Are Ghosts” (2005) and “Goodnight” (2006), were completely self-produced.
Fitzsimmons was born the youngest child of blind parents and was raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He is said to have developed his multiple instrumental abilities from his mother and father, both of whom were recreational musicians.
His writing often references to personal and family subject. The 2006 effort, “Goodnight”, is said to act largely on his parents’ divorce during his adolescence.
On May 2015, Fitzsimmons released his seventh album called “Pittsburgh”.