He has headlined at a number of prestigious venues, made appearances in two different films and was the first country music artist to make a concept music video. He’s Don Williams and he’s coming to Branson for a one night only performance at the Oak Ridge Boys Theatre, so don’t miss out!
As a boy, Don Williams used to rush home after school to pluck out his favorite country tunes on the guitar and more than 50 years later, his passion for music still hasn’t sizzled out as he continually dazzles audiences with unforgettable performances of his biggest hits.
Hear many of his 17 No. 1 hits including, “We Should Be Together,” “I Believe In You,” “I Wouldn’t Want To Live If You Didn’t Love Me” and many more.
Williams has accrued many awards of recognition throughout his long country music career including ACM Single Record of the Year for “Tulsa Time” in 1978, CMA Male Vocalist of the Year in 1978 and CMA Album of the Year for ‘Country Boy’ in 1978.
Enjoy the smooth ballads of Don Williams at this one night only show in Branson this fall.
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