Franklin Delano Williams (() June 27, 1947 in Smithdale, Mississippi – () March 22, 1993 in Savannah, Georgia) was an American Gospel music singer Musical career. As a They won several awards during the 1980s. In 1979, while with the Jackson Southernaires, Frank became the executive producer and director of Gospel promotions at Malaco.
Oct 01, 2013 · Frank’s career as an artist included the following groups: The Southern Gospel Singers, The Williams Brothers, and The Jackson Southernaires. Frank was a member of the first two groups during the
As a member of the Jackson Southernaires, Frank Williams became one of gospel music’s most celebrated artists, working extensively with Malaco Records. Born Franklin Delano Williams in 1947 in the small town of Smithdale, MS, he became aquainted with gospel music at a very young age.
> Prayers for The Williams Brothers in Loss of Mother. Huey Williams of The Jackson Southernaires, Minister Leonard Williams, and the late Frank Williams of The Mississippi Mass Choir, passed away on Saturday, August 30, 2014 at Beacham Memorial Hospital in Magnolia, Mississippi.
TOP GOSPEL producer, performer and record executive Frank Williams died in March. He was national director of Malaco Records’ gospel division and was a key performer in two of the label’s popular acts, the Jackson Southernaires and the Mississippi Mass Choir, which was founded in 1989 and which has
Although steeped in the gospel quartet tradition, Frank Williams of the Jackson Southernaires had such a great experience singing lead with the Florida Mass Choir on its 1987 Malaco Records release, the Mississippi Mass Choir recognized its 20th anniversary with a special live recording and companion DVD called The First Twenty Years.
Huey Williams, the leader of this group, says on the liner of one of their albums, “God has allowed the Jackson Southernaires to sow seeds across America and abroad. Timeline 1940 -The Jackson Southernaires were formed in Jackson, Mississippi , by Frank Crisler.
The Jackson Southernaires is an American traditional black gospel music group from Jackson, Mississippi, producer Frank Crisler formed the group in 1940, yet they did not become active until 1969, with the release of Too Late by Song Bird Records.