A fixture in West Michigan for over three decades, the Williams Family band and their mix of bluegrass, country, folk and Gospel continues to entertain fans and music lovers from near and far. Founded by the late Larry Williams (a Michigan Country Music Hall of fame fiddle player), his children and grandchildren carry on his legacy with consistently crisp instrumentals, tight vocal harmonies and the inherent grace of a close-knit Christian family.
The band typically consists of Rick Williams on banjo and resonator guitar; Dave Williams on mandolin and fiddle; Carl Williams on guitar; Mary (Williams) Marker on the doghouse bass; and Dave’s son Adam often joining in on mandolin, guitar and vocals, the Williams Family Band offers three generations of musical talent for their audience’s enjoyment.
Fiddle player Jim Bradford (a charter member of the Green Valley Boys/Green Valley Jamboree) isn't getting out as much with the band due to some health issues, but there is always a chance you might run into him at their performances as well!
Be sure to visit the Family Pages on the site for more information about the band's members, families, and special guests!