Deniece Williams

Singer-songwriter Deniece Williams emerged as an exciting new talent during the 1970s, captivating audiences with an engaging performing style and a stellar voice. Since that time, the vocalist has proven herself one of music's most popular entertainers, scoring hit singles, recording solo LPs, and even taking home a Grammy Award for her 1986 gospel album So Glad I Know. Indeed, with the ability to span four octaves, Williams, according to US reviewer Michael Musto, possesses "one of the most distinctive voices in pop--a high, vibrato-filled instrument capable of dazzling."

Her hits include “Free,” “Silly,” “It’s Gonna Take A Miracle,”  “Black Butterfly,” “Let’s Hear It For The Boy” plus a duet with Johnny Mathis “Too Much Too Little Too Late”