Don Williams in Concert

Posted In: Branson by Jane Gallaher

Jane Gallaher
Tri-Lakes Center
2527 St Hwy 248
Branson, MO   65616

Don Williams “Un-Retires” for
Major Show in Branson

Don Williams, with hits including Good Ole Boys Like Me, I Believe In You, Love Is On A Roll, Some Broken Hearts Never Mend and Tulsa Time, has always had a knack for finding songs that speak directly to people’s hearts. All together he has 17 – #1 and 42 – Top 10 hits.

Such a career has made Don Williams a 2010 inductee to The Country Music Hall of Fame. That honor, accompanied by an overwhelming demand by fans around the world, has prompted Williams to come out of retirement for a few select concerts this fall. One of those very special shows will be at Tri-Lakes Center in Branson on Saturday October 9 at 7:00pm.

When he retired four years ago Williams had no plans to take the stage again. It was time to enjoy the fruits of his labor, and when he felt like it he would still record new material. That changed this year with the announcement that Williams would be entering the Country Music Hall of Fame. His fans kept asking for the opportunity to hear his amazing voice live on stage one more time. As an artist who always appreciated the tremendous support of his fans, Williams decided to perform a handful of shows this fall to say “thank you” for his incredible career.

More information about this historic Branson show on Saturday October 9 at Tri-Lakes Center is available at www.upcloseconcerts.com. Tickets are on sale at the Tri-Lakes Center box office or by calling (417) 336-0219.

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