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Published on Jun 11, 2013
The William Brothers, "Hand in Hand" Release Date: 1986
The Williams Brothers was organized by Leon Williams in 1960 when they were known as the Little Williams Brothers, a name later changed to the Sensational Williams Brothers and then simply the Williams Brothers. All the Williams Brothers were born in Smithdale, Mississippi, USA, and all came from a religious background. They have been writing and arranging and producing their music since the early 70s and recorded their first album in 1973 on the Songbird label. They have since recorded 18 albums. They have had many hits, including 'Jesus Will Never Say No, ' 'He'll Understand', 'The Boat', 'Cover Me', 'A Ship Like Mine' and performed on the Winans Grammy Award song 'Ain't No Need To Worry' featuring Anita Baker. In 1992 the Williams Brothers formed their own record label, Blackberry Records, which was the first black owned and operated record label in Mississippi with major distribution. They have been awarded several awards, including the Stella Award for Best Performing Group in 1991, the Best Performance by a Group in 1995 for the album In This Place and The Vision Award for 1991, and have performed with other gospel artists including Mississippi Mass Choir with Luther Vandross and Phillip Bailey.
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