The “Gentle Giant” Don Williams will always be a part of the music scene no matter what. His works of art and great music have been engraved in everyone, especially with his strong believers. He might be somewhere else, but his songs, creations, and melody will all the time be used as an instrument to commemorate country music. Indeed, Don Williams will always have a place in our hearts. With this, to be reminded of his presence back then, listening to his single “Now And Then” is the best antidote.
Now And Then…
The words and lyrics of “Now and Then” was another Wayland Holyfield composition especially penned for Don Williams. The song was released in 1981 from William’s album “Especially For You.” Unfortunately, the song didn’t top the country charts. Nevertheless, other singles of the album did like “Lord, I Hope This Day Is Good” and the duet with Emmy Lou Harris “If I Needed You.” Also, the song has contributed for making the album No.5 on the Billboard Top Country Albums.
“Now And Then” is about someone’s life being changed when he met the most significant person in his heart. The bliss can be realized through the words and lyrics because of love.
Don Williams is one of the greatest artists of his generation. His distinct voice has captured the hearts and souls of the listeners. Certainly, he’s a legendary country entertainer.
Above all, Don Williams had recorded and released more than forty singles, and seventeen of them have topped the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. Furthermore, due to William’s choice of music and pure talent he has also received awards and recognition from the Academy of Country Music and Country Music Association. These were ACM Single Record of the Year for the song “Tulsa Time” and CMA Male Vocalist of the Year.
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