Chattanooga Now Don Williams at the Tivoli - Jan. 18

Chattanooga Now Don Williams at the Tivoli - Jan. 18

January 16th, 2014 in Chattnow Music

Don Williams

Photo by Contributed Photo /Times Free Press.


* What: Don Williams in concert.

* When: 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 18.

* Where: Tivoli Theatre, 709 Broad St.

* Admission: $29.50 and $49.50 plus fees.

* Phone: 423-642-TIXS.

* Website:


* 1970s: "We Should Be Together," "I Wouldn't Want To Live if You Didn't Love Me," "The Ties That Bind," "You're My Best Friend," "(Turn Out the Light and) Love Me Tonight," "Til the Rivers All Run Dry," "Say It Again, "She Never Knew Me," "Some Broken Hearts Never Mend, "I'm Just a Country Boy, "I've Got a Winner in You," "Rake and Ramblin' Man," "Tulsa Time, "It Must Be Love," "Love Me Over Again"

* 1980s: "Good Ole Boys Like Me," "I Believe in You," "Falling Again," "Miracles," "If I Needed You," "Lord, I Hope This Day Is Good," "Listen to the Radio," "Mistakes," "If Hollywood Don't Need You (Honey I Still Do)," "Love Is on a Roll," "Nobody But You," "Stay Young," "That's the Thing About Love," Walkin' a Broken Heart," "We've Got a Good Fire Goin'," "Heartbeat in the Darkness," "Then It's Love," "Senorita," "I'll Never Be in Love Again," "I Wouldn't Be a Man," "Another Place, Another Time," "Desperately," "Old Coyote Town," "One Good Well," "I've Been Loved by the Best"

* 1990s: "Just as Long as I Have You," "Back in My Younger Days," "True Love," "Lord Have Mercy on a Country Boy"

Since he was here last, for a sold-out show in March 2012, country legend Don Williams has released a new album and apparently abandoned any further plans to retire.

Williams, 74, embarked on his Farewell Tour of the World in 2006, playing numerous dates in the U.S. and abroad before wrapping up with a final show in Memphis. By 2010, the same year he was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame, he had come out of retirement and has toured steadily since.

The new album, "And So It Goes," released in June 2012, was his first new record since 2004. On, reviewer Hal Horowitz said the 10 tracks clock in at about 35 minutes, "[leaving] you wanting more."

Chattanooga fans may have the same feeling when he returns to the Tivoli Theatre on Saturday, Jan. 18. With three decades' worth of hits, the singer known as the "Gentle Giant" may have a hard time fitting every fan favorite into a single set. From 1973 to 1991, Williams put 45 songs in the Top 10 of Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart, including 17 No. 1's. Among them: "Some Broken Hearts Never Mend," "Tulsa Time" and "Lord, I Hope This Day Is Good."