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Don Williams
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Vocalist
    (May 27, 1939-September 8, 2017)
    Born in Floydada, Texas
    Raised in Portland, Texas
    Former member of the Pozo-Seco Singers (1964-1971)
    Singles include 'I Wouldn't Want To Live If You Didn't Love Me,' 'The Ties That Bind,' 'You're My Best Friend,' 'Turn Out The Light And Love Me Tonight,' 'Til the Rivers All Run Dry,' 'Say It Again,' 'I Recall A Gypsy Woman,' 'She Never Knew Me,' 'Some Broken Hearts Never Mend,' 'Amanda,' 'I'm Just A Country Boy,' 'I've Got A Winner In You,' 'Rake and Ramblin' Man,' 'Tulsa Time,' 'Lay Down Beside Me,' 'It Must Be Love,' 'Love Me Over Again,' 'Good Ole Boys Like Me,' 'I Believe In You,' 'Falling Again,' 'Miracles,' 'If I Needed You,' 'Lord, I Hope This Day Is Good,' 'Listen To The Radio,' 'Mistakes,' 'If Hollywood Don't Need You,' 'Love Is On A Roll,' 'Nobody But You,' 'Stay Young,' 'That's The Thing About Love,' 'Maggie's Dream,' 'Walking A Broken Heart,' 'It's Time For Love,' 'We've Got A Good Fire Going,' 'Heartbeat in the Darkness,' 'Then It's Love,' 'Senorita,' 'I'll Never Be In Love Again,' 'I Wouldn't Be A Man,' 'Another Place, Another Time,' 'Desperately,' 'Old Coyote Town,' 'One Good Well,' 'I've Been Loved By The Best,' 'Just as Long As I Have You,' 'Back in my Younger Days,' 'True Love' and 'Lord Have Mercy On A Country Boy'
    CMA Male Vocalist of the Year (1978) and Album of the Year (1981)
    ACM Single Record of the Year Award winner (1978)
    Inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame (2010)
    After the Pozo-Seco Singers broke up, he temporarily quit the music biz and sold furniture with his father-in-law.
    Despite numerous country hits, 'I Believe in You' was his only solo single to cross over to the pop Top 40 (1980).
    He changed record labels eleven times.
    He announced his retirement from touring in 2010 and rescinded two years later.
    He smokes, and was often seen holding a cigarette in his hand in his promotional photos.
    His smooth baritone voice made his music popular with listeners.
    He performed in various bands during his teenage years, prior to branching out as a solo artist.
    Over a seventeen year period (1974-91), he released 46 singles and only four did not make the country Top 10.
    Many modern country artists consider him to be one of their strongest musical influences.
    His songs recorded a strong following worldwide.

Credit: Ricky


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