Tim Williams, a California musician/educator/recording artist, has been entertaining youngsters ever since his son Jacob was born in 1992. He sings and plays music at many pre-schools, mainly in the Sacramento Valley and surrounding foothills. He and his wife and three children (Molly, Olivia, too) make their home nearby. They love to play music together. Tim's second album 'Add a Little Sugar was released in 2004. On Hadley Rose, the sweet one herself, Hadley Rose Silvas, provided the soulful scat singing On Raindrops, Ska-T Long played some electric guitar, and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Jerry Martini (Sly & The Family Stone) wailed on sax! On Lemonade Stand, Dan Navarro and Frank added some sugar-sweet harmony (squeeeeeeeze) On Scotty & Johnny, John Buza and Scott Long sang with all the joy of 5-year-olds! Vihuela by Scott Long...beautiful On Touch Your Nose, Frank added a lyric and piano On Jackrabbit, Scott Long played guitar, and various parts were sung by: Jacob, Molly & Livi Williams; Samantha, Gabi & Johnny Guzman; Gold Country Pre-school in Auburn; and the Russ H. 40-year B-Day singers: Gillian & Garrett Flowers, Nick & Marcus Sassarini; Anthony & Riley Haswell; Angelina Matteoli; Kennedy & Martin Haswell; Anna & Radd Thomas On Get Up, electric guitars were strummed by Scott Long, Dan Navarro & John Dominguez, Jerry Martini added sax, mocking vocals by The Oh Yeah Yeahs (D. Navarro/J. Dominguez/Frank); "excuses" by Williams kids (#%!@*), Guzman squad, Colton & Caitlyn Snell, Josh O'Hara, Anthony & Riley Haswell, Martin Haswell, Knowledge Beginnings in Roseville, Little Schoolhouse in Lincoln On Ocho, harmony by Dan Navarro, trio vocals by Dan, John Dominguez, and T. Williams, vihuela by Scott Long, jew's harp by John D.; lyrical help from John Guzman; inspired by the Poggi 9 On Hot Tub, dedicated to Brandon & Bobbi Dell 'Orto's tres hombres: Nathan, Jason & "Tiger" On Love You Tomorrow, pedal steel guitar by Natan Rodriguez On Laughternoon, song written and arranged by Frank Maranzino, harmony by T. Williams, pedal steel by Natan.