Don Williams Tour Schedule
If you are looking to see a true legend of country music performing live, look no further
than the next Don Williams show. He has been a fixture on the country music scene since the mid 1960's and has scored 17 number
one country hits. Over the years he has earned the name the Gentle Giant of Country Music due to his smooth and plaintive
baritone voice which contradicts his large physical stature. He has become one of the most popular country acts in the world
and is well known for his captivating live performances. Be sure to get tickets for an upcoming Don Williams show from StubHub
Don Williams kicks off his 2014 tour on March 16th at Ovens Auditorium in Charlotte, North Carolina and continues
two days later with a March 18th performance at Birchmere Music Hall in Alexandria, Virginia. He then continues up to Pennsylvania
with performances at Carnegie Library Music Hall in Homestead on March 20th followed by a concert at Penns Peak in Jim Thorpe,
Pennsylvania the following night. April 9th will see Don Williams taking the stage at The Grand Theatre in Wasau, Wisconsin
for the first of his two Wisconsin shows in 2014. A June 13th show at Pepper Mill Concert Hall in West Wendover will be Don
Williams' only performance in Nevada. The tour comes to a close on September 21st at Crystal Grand Music Theatre when Don
Williams performs at Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin.
About the Artist
A young Don Williams first gained attention
as a singer at the age of three when he won an alarm clock for taking first place in a singing contest. Clearly, a life on
stage was in his destiny. He formed his first bands as a teenager and played both country and rock and roll music during his
early years. he eventually ended up forming the Pozo-Seco Singers with Susan Taylor and the group released three albums which
spawned several hit singles. After the group disbanded Don Williams began his solo career as a songwriter. Finally, in 1974
he produced his debut single, We Should Be Together, which hit the number five spot on the charts. From then on he continued
writing and recording hits and has released 17 number one hits and has had only four of his 46 singles not break the Top Ten.
In 2006 Don Williams intended to retire from music and announced his Farewell Tour of the World and played several shows across
the globe with a final show at Cannon Center for Performing Arts in Memphis, Tennessee. Fortunately for country music lovers
the world over, Don Williams decided to come out of retirement in 2010 and continues to tour regularly.
Don Williams had experienced some success as a member of the Pozo-Seco Singers, he did not become a true country legend until
he began his solo career. After working as part of a band and subsequently as a songwriter for Jack Music Inc., Don Williams
finally signed a solo recording contract with JMI Records. His debut 1974 single, We Should Be Together, was an instant hit
at reached number five on the country charts. The success of that single led to Don Williams being signed by ABC/Dot Records
who released I Wouldn't Want to Live If You Didn't Love Me. This song became his first number one single and put Don Williams
well on his way to becoming a household name among country music lovers. Following that single Don Williams would go on to
release 16 other number one singles and win several awards.
If you are hoping to see a
true legend and master of his craft look no further than world famous singer/songwriter Don Williams. The world renowned singer
and songwriter has spent decades perfecting his craft as well as finding new paths of musical expression to journey down.
All of this hard work to which Don Williams has dedicated his life is on full display when you make your way to the concert
hall the night of a Don Williams performance. It is a transcendent experience like no other as Williams enthralls the audience
with his entrancing voice and powerful lyrics. Whenever and wherever Don Williams is performing, one thing is for certain,
he will be playing some of the best country songs of all time including We Should Be Together, I Wouldn't Want to Live If
You Didn't Love Me, I Believe in You, and others. It is an incomparable concert that you will hope never ends. By the time
the night is through you will be anxiously awaiting the next time Don Williams comes back to town.
Don Williams came out of retirement in 2010, it was not until 2012 that he released his comeback album, And So It Goes. The
album featured fellow country superstars Vince Gill, Allison Krauss and Keith Urban making vocal contributions on tracks.