Don Williams Announces North American Dates

NASHVILLE, TN (CelebrityAccess) — Country music legend Don Williams has announced plans for a tour of the North America, with dates set for both the spring and the fall.

Williams first came to prominence in the 1960s as a member of the folk group The Pozo-Seco Singers. The trio recorded several hit records, with the biggest being “Time” before Williams went solo and signed a publishing deal with Jack Clement. Early hits on JMI Records included Early hits included “Atta Way To Go” and “Come Early Morning,” as well as “We Should Be Together,” which became his first Billboard top ten hit from 1974.

He then moved to ABC / Dot (Later MCA), where he released hits including “Rake and Ramblin’ Man,” “Tulsa Time,” and “Nobody But You” which contributed to his radio success in the late 1970s and 1980s. He took home the Male Vocalist of the Year trophy from the Country Music Association in 1978, and notched his biggest hit in 1981 with “I Believe In You,” which also crossed over to the top-30 on the Hot 100.

Williams’ most recent album was 2014’s Reflections, which peaked at 19 on the Billboard country charts. Williams was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2010.

Don Williams 2015 Tour Dates
April 16th – Effingham, Illinois – Effingham Performance Center
April 17th – Peshawbestown, Michigan – Leelanau Sands Casino Showroom
April 18th – Shipshewana, Indiana – Blue Gate Theater
April 19th – Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin – Crystal Grand Music Theatre
April 21st – St. Charles, Illinois – The Arcada Theatre
April 23rd – North Canton, Ohio – Canton Palace Theatre
April 24th – Hopewell, Virginia – The Beacon Theatre
April 25th – Franklin, North Carolina – Smoky Mountain Center
May 14th – Eau Claire, Wisconsin – State Theatre
May 15th – Saint Michael, North Dakota – Spirit Lake Casino
May 16th – Fort Yates, North Dakota – Pavilion at Prairie Knights Casino
May 17th – Onamia, Minnesota – Grand Casino Mille Lacs
May 20th – Omaha, Nebraska – Kiewit Convert Hall at The Holland
May 21st – Salina, Kansas – The Stiefel Theatre
May 22nd – Bartlesville, Oklahoma – Bartlesville Community Center
May 23rd – Lula, Mississippi – Isle of Capri Casino
Sept. 9th – Dodge City, Kansas – United Wireless Arena
Sept. 10th – Colorado Springs, Colorado – Pikes Peak Center
Sept. 11th – Deadwood, South Dakota – Deadwood Mountain Grand Hotel
Sept. 14th – Winnipeg, Manitoba – Pantages Playhouse Theatre
Sept. 15th – Regina, Saskatchewan – Conexus Centre of the Arts
Sept. 16th – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – TCU Place
Sept. 17th – Edmonton, Alberta – Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
Sept. 19th – Calgary, Alberta – Jack Singer Hall Epcor Centre
Sept. 20th – Kelowna, British Columbia – Kelowna Community Theatre
Sept. 24th – Pocatello, Idaho – Stephens Performing Arts Center
Sept. 25th & 26th – Wendover, Nevada – Peppermill Concert Hall
Oct. 14th – Clearwater, Florida – The Capitol Theatre
Oct. 15th – Bremen, Georgia – Mill Town Music Hall
Oct. 16th – Pigeon Forge, Tennessee – Country Tonight Theatre
Oct. 17th – Pigeon Forge, Tennessee – Country Tonight Theatre
Oct. 18th – Newberry, South Carolina – Newberry Opera House
Oct. 20th – Durham, North Carolina – Carolina Theatre of Durham
Oct. 22nd – Huntsville, Alabama – Von Braun Center Concert Hall
Oct. 23rd – Paducah, Kentucky – The Carson Center
Oct. 24th – Branson, Missouri – Oakridge Boys Theatre
Nov. 12th – Kansas City, Missouri – Ameristar Casino and Hotel
Nov. 13th – Norman, Oklahoma – Riverwind Casino
Nov. 14th – Bossier City, Louisiana – Riverdome Horseshoe Hotel
Nov. 15th – San Antonio, Texas – The Tobin Center for the Performing Arts
Nov. 18th – Stafford, Texas – Stafford Centre
Nov. 19th – Midland, Texas – Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center
Nov. 20th – Austin, Texas – Paramount Theatre

-Staff Writers

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