Title: President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Chairman of The Board
Company: The Dubs, Inc.
Location: Staunton, Virginia, United States
Robin and Linda Williams, president, secretary, treasurer, and chairman of the board at The Dubs, Inc., has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in songwriting and country music.
With 50 years of experience to their credit, Robin and Linda Williams have excelled as president, secretary, treasurer, and chairman of the board of The Dubs, Inc. since 1973. Throughout their career, they established themselves as professional musicians and enthusiasts of country and folk rock. Additionally, they supported the Hopeful Gospel Quartet with Keillor and Kate MacKenzie for 30 years as band members.
In addition to their primary vocation, Robin and Linda Williams remain affiliated with various organizations in relation to their areas of expertise. They were live performers on the radio show “A Prairie Home Companion” from 1975 to 2015 and were cast members of the 2006 “A Prairie Home Companion” film. Their musical talents were featured on the “WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour” hosted by Michael Johnathon. As songwriters and musicians, they produced 24 recordings and CDs, and made over 100 television and radio performances. They maintained involvement as members of the International Bluegrass Music Association and the Folk Alliance International and served as contributors to an environmentally focused law firm.
In light of their impressive undertakings, Robin and Linda Williams have accrued several accolades throughout their career. They were recognized with several award nominations by the International Bluegrass Music Association and the National Association of Independent Record Distributors, including nominations for Best Gospel Album of the Year for their 1995 CD “Good News.” They were also presented with a prestigious Country Music Association award. They toured with Mary Chapin Carpenter in 1993 and sang on her Grammy Award-winning album “Stones in the Road.”
Robin and Linda Williams’ single “Sugar for Sugar” spent 11 weeks in the top 20 of the Americana Chart in 1996. In 2004, they were sought out by Red House Records and switched labels, recording “Deeper Waters” as their first release. Their 2021 CD “A Better Day A-Coming” was in the top 10 of the FAI Folk Radio Charts, and the album’s single of the same name ended the year as the number 3 Top Song. Said organization also ranked them as 13th on their Top Artists of the Year in 2021. Their single “The Old Lovers Waltz” served as the inspiration for a music video which has generated thousands of views.
A lifetime of music has been Robin and Linda Williams’ most notable accomplishment. They were honored to have several of their songs recorded by popular artists such as George Hamilton and Mary Chapin Carpenter. In the immediate future, Mr. and Mrs. Williams hope to stay creative and continue writing, recording, producing, and performing gospel music.
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