Nashville, Tenn. (February 2, 2016) – Don Williams has regrettably been forced to postpone his 2016 tour after unexpected hip replacement surgery. The Country Music Hall of Famer and CMA/ACM award-winning country music artist recently announced a 21-city tour. Ticket buyers are encouraged to contact local venues and authorized ticketing platforms regarding refunds.



Feb 17 Florida Theatre - Jacksonville, Fla.

Feb 18 Pensacola Saenger Theatre - Pensacola Fla.

Feb 19 Tivoli Theatre - Chattanooga, Tenn.

Feb 20 Tennessee Theatre - Knoxville, Tenn.

Feb 23 Harvester Performance Center - Rocky Mount, VA

Feb 24 The Beacon Theatre - Hopewell, Va.

Feb 25 Mountain Arts Center - Prestonsburg, Ky.

Feb 26 Peace Concert Hall - Greenville, S.C.

Feb 27 Lyric Fine Arts Theatre - Birmingham, Ala.

March 10 The Joint At Hard Rock & Hotel - Tulsa, Okla.

March 11 Walton Arts Center - Fayetteville, Ark.

March 12 Baton Rouge River Center Theater - Baton Rouge, La.

March 15 Hudiburg Center - Rose State College, Midwest City, Okla.

March 16 Gillioz Theatre - Springfield, Mo.

March 18 Golden Nugget - Grand Event Center - Lake Charles, La

March 19 IP Casino Resort - Studio A, Biloxi, Miss.

April 06 American Music Theater - Lancaster, Pa.

April 08 Renfro Valley Entertainment Center - Renfro Valley, Ky

April 09 Renfro Valley Entertainment Center - Renfro Valley, Ky

April 12 Liberty Hall - Lawrence, Kan.

April 14 The Arcada Theatre - St Charles, Kan.

April 16 Little River Casino Resort - Manistee, Mich.



They came to call Don Williams “the Gentle Giant” in the decades he was a dominating country hit maker because of his unique blend of commanding presence and that laid-back, easy style that has appealed to adult men and women alike—cutting across national and genre boundaries. If those personal and musical qualities stood out strongly across the 1970s, ‘80s and ‘90s, they are all the more distinctive now. The hundreds of memorable songs in that repertoire—over fifty of them major hits—whether contemplative ballads, affecting love songs or change-up rhythm numbers, have always been a core Don Williams strength and focus Riding and crossing the line between country and pop, and all the more distinctive for doing it, Don brought a sound and sensibility to the country charts that proved a smash. He first gained musical attention as a member of the pop folk trio The Pozo Seco Singers, which had six pop chart hits in 1966-’67. Between 1974 and 1991, Don had at least one major hit every year, including such country standards to be as “ Good Ole Boys Like Me,” “Till the Rivers All Run Dry,” “It Must Be Love,” “I’m Just a Country Boy,” “Amanda” and “I Believe in You.” He also had a hit duet with Emmylou Harris on Townes Van Zandt’s “If I Needed You.” Don was the CMA Male Vocalist of the Year in 1978; his “Tulsa Time” was the ACM Record of the Year for 1979. In 2010, Don received country music’s highest honor, with his induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame. For more information, visit