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No-one had imagined that an 8-year-old boy from Wall Lake, Iowa would one day become a crooning king of pop music industry, we know him today as Andy Williams. Andy Williams was born on December 3, 1927 in Wall Lake, Iowa. He showed his crooning talents when he was only 8. Together with his 3 older brothers, he started playing at Presbyterian Church choir. The Williams Brothers became instant local news. By the time Andy promoted to third grade, the quartet had entered into professional singing. They managed to occupy good airtime on radio in close-by Des Moines.
Having gained sufficient amount of popularity in Des Moines, the harmonizing siblings went on to Chicago and Cincinnati. Fortunate were the Williams Brothers who experienced widespread success on wartime radio. The band spent considerable time while playing in Cincinnati and eventually caught the attention of music Guru Bing Crosby. Bing was impressed by the siblings' talents and desired them to join him on his mammoth hit single titled Swinging on a Star in 1944. The boys also made special appearances in musicals and film fares.
The Williams Brothers thrilled music buffs in such popular film fares as Kansas City Kitty, Janie, Ladies' Man, and Something in the Wind. The band disbanded in 1951 and it was only Andy who ventured out to the East Coast to pursue his singing career as a solo artist. It wasn't until 1953, when Andy's career got a major boost. He was signed for regular singing duties on the then popular show called Tonight!. Andy garnered satisfied recognition and he landed on a first recording contract with Cadence Records.
The record Label released Andy's first album which thrilled both critics and listeners. The album spawned such hit singles as I Like Your Kind of Love, The Hawaiian Wedding Song, Butterfly, Are You Sincere, and Lonely Street. The Hawaiian Wedding Song earned Andy five Grammy Award nominations. By the end of 50s, he had become a top night club favorite. In 1962, Andy signed Columbia Records which proved a lucrative change at a later point. The label produced Andy's single Can't Get Used to Losing You. It became a Top 10 pop hit. Andy's other chartbusters were included in movies like Days of Wine and Roses, Dear Heart and Love Story.
Besides singing for movies, Andy Williams co-starred in Ross Hunter's I'd Rather Be Rich in 1964. I'd rather Be Rich was a screwy comedy souffle. But what truly brought widespread fame to Andy's life was The Andy Williams Show. It was a weekly variety show which received a phenomenal success. Andy hosted the show while dueting with several singing legends. Among the legends gracing the show were Peggy Lee, Judy Garland and Ella Fitzgerald. While The Andy Williams Show was keeping audiences enthralled, Andy Williams was reaching to the new heights of popularity.
In 1966, Andy opened Caesar's Palace in tandem with The Andy Williams Show. He continued headlining at the Caesar's Palace for 20 years. The series of The Andy Williams Show which concluded in 1971 garnered three Emmy Awards and billed the Best Musical/Variety Series. The Andy's show also gave a break to another talented boys group, Osmond Brothers. Andy continued to tour countries and dazzle audience.
In 1992, Andy Williams built a state-of-the-art theater worth of $12 million. It was called the Andy Williams Moon River Theater and opened its doors to public with thrilling performing art acts. Andy is now 70+ and he continues to dazzle audience. If you are thrilled by his music or hosting, the Andy Williams Show is a TV program you must watch. Get your hands on The Andy Williams Show Tickets and experience the extraordinary crooning of Andy Williams Live!
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