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Doris Williams

Doris Williams

Folk / Renaissance / Celtic Brandon Charter Township, MI  US
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Alleluia By Mozart
Alleluia By Mozart
Love Ayre by JS Bach/Williams
Love Ayre by JS Bach/Williams
Like the nun who sings to none
Like the nun who sings to none
Dun do shuil
Dun do shuil
Friends and Lovers
Friends and Lovers


AWake sweet love


  • Sun

    Jun 14

    Sunnyvale, CA, US | 2:00pm

    Doris Sings Love Songs through the Centuries, including her favorite Shakespeare Songs, acc. on lute.

  • 2019

    Jun 18

    Watsonville, CA, US | 10:00am

    Come and hear Celtic Rose, Doris Williams and Karl Franzen perform at the Loch Lomond Highland Games at the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds in Watsonville. Celtic Rose is performing on stage in the living history section, right next to the Queen's court! Also will be highlighted other Celtic bands.

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  • Feter (Artist)
    Hi Doris ... yes I do many other styles beside the blues here is a link https://www.youtube.com/user/fetermcblues .. I love friends and lovers ..Peace
  • Bonnie McGill (Artist)
    Bonnie McGill
    Hi Doris I love your songs I'm a fan now and will be back often to listen to more.. HAPPY NEW YEAR


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  • Music is Joy!


Bio: Lady Doris was born in a musical family in Flint, MI, car town. Her parents influence and love of the arts inspired her to acquire her two music degree in Vocal Performance, in Early Music. Her parents gave her a lute for a suprise birthday present! Since about 10 years ago she started playing...See Full Bio

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““Williams light, clear soprano turns gutsy in such Celtic ballads as "Star of the County Down," and ethereal in the sacred "The Lord is My Shepherd," waxes wistful as she takes on the persona of a Renaissance damsel in Johnson's "Have You Seen but a White Lily Grow" and subtly flirtatious in "Now Is the Month of May," a madrigal.” Janet Ghent Palo Alto Weekly April 2010 ”

— Janet Ghent, Palo Alto Weekly

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