Don Williams Concert Tickets
Don't miss your chance to catch Don Williams live when this charming country crooner
takes to the stage in your town! Don Williams has been entertaining country music fans since the sixties with this country,
country rock and country pop music. A talented singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist (guitar, piano and bass), Williams
always puts on a great live show. Come see for yourself what all the buzz is about! Order your Don Williams concert
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Born in Floydada, Texas in 1939, Don Williams has
over five decades worth of country music experience. Don grew up in Portland, Texas, and spent seven years with the folk-pop
group Pozo-Seco Singers, before launching his own solo career in 1971, where he started singing popular ballads. What set
Don apart from many other artists was his simple and smooth bass-baritone voice, which contrasted charmingly with his imposing
height and stature. Thanks to this juxtaposition, his fans affectionately dubbed him, the "Gentle Giant" of country music.
Now you can see the "Gentle Giant" himself in all his glory when he takes to the stage at a venue near you! Score your music tickets online at StubHub!
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significant contribution to country music, Williams was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2010. To date, Don
boasts and impressive 17 No. 1 Country & Western hits. In recent years, Don has toured with many of the biggest names
in country music, including Keith Urban. Many more major artists have covered his songs, such as Johnny Cash, Eric Clapton,
Kenny Rogers, Billy Dean, Alan Jackson and Allison Kraus. Although he took a four-year hiatus from 2006 to 2010, Williams
has once again returned to his passion for music. Now, at the age of 74, he's back on tour and better than ever! Make sure
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Don Williams National Tour Tickets
Williams began playing guitar as a teenager,
and joined the Pozo-Seco Singers, a folk-pop group, after high school. The group was signed by Columbia Records and released
a series of Top 50 hits and three albums. However, the band broke apart in 1971, leaving Williams to pursue a solo career.
Although he started out as a songwriter for Jack Music Inc, it wasn't long before the label signed him as a solo artist. When
his 1974 song, "We Should Be Together," reached number five, and he signed with ABC/Dot Records, and released "I Wouldn't
Want to Live If You Didn't Love Me," which became a number one hit. In fact, the track was and was the first of a string of
top ten hits he had between 1974 and 1991. Order your national tour tickets today
and come dance all night long to the greatest hits from Don Williams!
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Williams announced his "Farewell Tour of the World," touring both the U.S. and abroad. But in 2010, he came back from retirement
and even released a new record in 2012, titled, And So It Goes, which includes collaborations with Alison Krauss, Keith
Urban , and Vince Gill. Come catch all the latest songs from this legendary country music artist!