The sounds of rural America are explored with the warm vocal harmonies and acoustic guitar-driven arrangements of Virginia-based husband-and-wife duo Robin & Linda Williams. Associated with the appropriately called Their Good Group, offering Dobro ace Kevin Maul and ex-Red Clay Ramblers bassist Jim Watson, the Williams mix an assortment of bluegrass, folk, and acoustic nation music. As semi-regular performers on Garrison Keillor’s nationally broadcast radio display A Prairie House Friend, the duo and their music group developed a good international following. Not only is it featured within the duo’s 12 albums, the Williams’ tunes have been included in many performers including Tom T. Hall, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Emmylou Harris, George Hamilton IV, Tim & Mollie O’Brien, the Nashville Bluegrass Music group, the Seldom Picture, Boiled in Business lead, and Holly Near. Although they released their musical cooperation in Nashville, the Williams 1st fulfilled in Myrtle Seaside at the house of Linda’s parents in 1971. Robin was raised in North and SC and had currently begun performing like a soloist, while Linda went to senior high school and university in Michigan and experienced dabbled in acoustic guitar and banjo. Performing at open up mics and songwriters’ workshops in Nashville in 1972 and 1973, Robin & Linda Williams created their musical skills. Their 1st break arrived in 1975 if they phoned Keillor in the recommendation of multi-instrumentalist and fellow bandmember Peter Ostroushko. For another five years, the duo made an appearance on Keillor’s radio display whenever they had been in Minneapolis. They continuing to appear within the arrive to 12 instances a year following a Prairie Home Friend went nationwide in 1980. The Williams also toured and documented two albums with Keillor’s group, the Hopeful Quartet. The Williams acquired their greatest achievement through the 1990s. Their initial album making use of their Great Group, Live, was documented in Holland in 1992. In the summertime of 1993 they do a 16-town tour with Mary Chapin Carpenter and afterwards sang harmonies on Carpenter’s Grammy Award-winning record Stones in the street. Their 1996 record, Sugar for Glucose, spent 11 weeks in the very best 20 of Gavin’s Americana Graph and was accompanied by an all-gospel documenting called VERY GOOD NEWS. In January 1998, they released Devil of the Dream, which highlighted music co-written with Jerome Clark; Together with Strangers followed 2 yrs afterwards. In 2002 the duo released Visions of Like, implemented in 2004 by their Crimson Home debut, Deeper Waters. A fresh set of vacation music, First Xmas Gift, found its way to 2005, with Radio Music, a assortment of highlights from your pair’s very long tenure with Prairie House Companion, shedding in 2007.