It has been four years since country legend Don Williams was nominated into the Country Music Hall of Fame and in that time, he has continued to add to his acclaimed discography with 2012’s “And So It Goes,” and this year’s “Reflections,” which will be released March 11.
Williams, 74, who first began playing guitar when he was a teenager, will be at the Ridgefield Playhouse on March 19, for a 7:30 p.m. performance. “Reflections,” which is being released on Sugar Hill Records, will feature songs written by Townes Van Zandt, Merle Haggard and Jesse Winchester, according to a recent news release.
This is what Williams had to say about the songs he selected for his latest album, one of nearly 30 that he has released:
The only description I’ve ever had for songs I choose to do is that they affect me emotionally and that, hopefully, they have something to say that will touch other people.
You can see if that happens for yourself, by going to the playhouse’s website for tickets.