TERRI WILLIAMS


A native of Memphis, Terri Williams began performing at Opryland in Nashville at the age of seventeen. Since that time, she has performed, recorded and toured with artists like Travis Tritt, Barbara Mandrell, Kenny Rogers, Doug Stone, Roy Acuff, Porter Waggoner, Minnie Pearl and Loretta Lynn. While performing duet and background vocals with Moe Bandy at the Americana Theater in 1991, Country Music Magazine named Terri the Best Female Voice in Branson. In 1992, she performed for the President and Mrs. Bush, which she cites as one of the most exciting moments in her career.

The pure quality of Terri Williams’ voice is unmistakable and her talent as an impressionist is unsurpassed. She performs songs by Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn, Brenda Lee and Tammy Wynette so well that audiences actually believe they are seeing and hearing these artists. In 1997, Terri portrayed Patsy Cline at the Texas Troubadour Theater in Nashville. She also appeared in A Closer Walk with Pasty Cline, where she impeccably recreated every stage of Patsy Cline’s career. Last fall, Terri starred in Always, Patsy Cline in San Antonio.

Terri Williams has been a guest on Music City Tonight, Prime Time Country and The Grand Ole Opry, and she is now in her fifth year with Jeannie Seely Show. Her theater experience includes roles in Shenandoah, Lil’ Abner and Barnum. This versatile performer is also a featured songwriter and has been a co-producer of Branson Fest in Missouri for five years.