The Williamsons will sing on the
Sat Aug 30 @ 12:45, 2pm, 3:15, 4:30
SOUTHERN GOSPEL PICNIC
Silver Dollar City, Branson
Originally called "The Homesteaders" , the group is now called "The Williamsons". The Williamsons Quartet features Donnie and Lisa Williamson, tenor Karl Rice and bass Darin Hebert. Lisa writes many of their songs and sings the lead on such songs as "What I Could Have Been" and "I'm Ready to Go". This group is a strong supporter of the Gospel Station Network representing us at their booths, mentioning us at their performances, and being an important part of our annual Konawa OK Gospel Singing. They are part of the Oklahoma United Gospel Music association. Their itinerary is listed at www.ougma.org and their official website. They will bless you with their great harmony and sincere ministry! Lisa also has an album featuring her solo work called Counting My Blessings.Click MORE to....
OFFICIAL WEBSITE: williamsonsmusic.com
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Donnie operates Homesteader Studio in Weleetka, OK. We encourage people to contact Donnie about using his studio for recording or mixing your vocal or instrumental CDs which offers the benefit of an agreement with Daywind for the use of their tracks.
Songs by the Williamsons you hear on The Gospel Station:
"My House is Full" (LISTEN HERE)
"What a Day That Will Be" (LISTEN HERE)
Visit their OFFICIAL WEBSITE (with Tour Schedule) and Facebook Page
The Williamsons took the MAIN STAGE at the National Quartet Convention Sept 14 2010 Singing "The Promise" (AKA "Dusty Road")
From their website:
Lisa Williamson "It was once said by Ronnie Hinson (of The Hinsons and writer of “The Lighthouse”) that Lisa Williamson was one of the finest young songwriters he’d had the privilege to meet. We all agree with him. She is the author of “I’m Ready to Go” which was once the number six song in the nation according to The Singing News and was in the top twenty-five songs for the year. She has written many other songs that have been recorded by The Homesteaders and other groups.
Darin Hebert was born in New Orleans, La. As a teenager he heard The Stamps Quartet singing on “Elvis from Hawaii”. He was particularly intrigued by the bass singer, Mr. J.D. Sumner. He asked his father to help him buy a sound system and he found some other boys in his school who were willing to sing Gospel music. Of course he sang the bass part.
The Williamsons are one of America's best quartets-- Gaining national attention, with a growing ministry. "It's no wonder they were voted as Oklahoma's Ambassadors of Gospel by the Legislature." -- Randall Christy, President, The Gospel Station
See the WILLIAMSONS sing at the DEEP SOUTH QUARTET CONVENTIONS through the year. You can watch them online live from the concert too. Read more here: www.dsqc.org