Robin and Linda Williams
Few performers are equally at home on the stage of the Grand Ole' Opry and in an intimate coffee house venue, but Robin and Linda Williams have built a career that takes them from one to the other and back again with nary a hitch. For more than a quarter of a century the duo has delighted audiences large and small with a thoughtful yet heartfelt blend of bluegrass, folk, old-time and acoustic country that truly merits the title of "American music."
1975 saw the release of their first album and the beginning of a long-time association with Garrison Keillor and his "Prairie Home Companion" radio show. They have appeared on The Grand Ole Opry, "Austin City Limits," American "Mountain Stage," and "Music City Tonight." They have performed in venues ranging from Philadelphia and Kerrville Folk Festivals, to bluegrass-oriented festivals such as Winterhawk, Wings & Strings and the Delaware Valley Bluegrass Festival, to arts centers and concert halls in dozens of states and countless clubs and coffeehouses - not only across the US, but in Canada and Europe as well. Their latest release, "Deeper Waters," is on Red House Records