Wed. January 16, 2013
Opening Act: Colm Kirwan
JMI Records released Don’s first solo (a single titled Don’t You Believe) on 16 June, 1972. He signed with ABC/Dot on 17 May, 1974. The Dot label was discontinued in late 1977 and Don continued to record for ABC. In March of 1979, ABC was bought out by MCA Records. When he left MCA, Don signed with Capitol 15 July, 1985. In May 1989, Don moved to RCA and in June of ’94 his current label, American Harvest Recording Society, released Don’s first live album. An Evening With Don Williams, a collection of 15 songs cut during a UK tour. In August 1995, American Harvest released Borrowed Tales, and in October 1996 the label released the album Flatlands.
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Don Williams was the first country music artist to make a concept music video. It was produced in 1973 in support of his third single for JMI Records (Come Early Morning). In 1986 Don starred in a music video for the Capitol/Nashville single Heartbeat In The Darkness. In 1995 his video Fever was released by American Harvest Recording Society.
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