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 With a voice as smooth and mellow as molasses, Don Williams is one of the most recognizable singers in traditional country music, and during his more than 30 years in the business has proven to be one of the most successful with 17 No. 1 hits under his belt. Williams was born on May 27 and had already won his first talent show by age three. He began playing guitar as a young boy and played in several country and rockabilly bands as a teenager.

In 1964, while living in Corpus Christi, Texas, Williams formed the Pozo-Seco Singers with friends Lofton Kline and Susan Taylor. The trio had a huge hit in 1966 with "Time," and released several successful singles before their breakup. After the Pozo-Seco Singers disbanded, Williams decided to pursue a career as a songwriter in Nashville, since he wasn’t convinced that he was suited for a solo career.

He signed with Jack Clement’s Jack Music, Inc., initially just as a songwriter. By the end of 1972, he had signed with JMI as a solo artist, releasing "Don’t You Believe" as his debut. "The Shelter of Your Eyes" climbed to number 14 at the beginning of 1973. He had his 1974 breakthrough, ‘We Should Be Together," which reached number five.

During the ‘70s, Don Williams became the most successful country artist in the world. His country-pop not only crossed over into the American pop mainstream, it also gained him a large following in England and Europe In addition to his Top Ten hits, Williams won several country music awards, highlighted by the Country Music Association naming him Male Vocalist of the year in 1978, the same year his number one single "Tulsa Time" was named Single of the Year.

In 1986, he left MCA Records. Plagued by reoccurring back problems the singer slowed during the ‘80s but his career continued to flourish, and he moved to capitol Records in 1986. He continues to release albums and perform small tours ever few years. His latest release, I Turn the Page was released on giant Records in 1998.
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