Deniece Niecy Williams
*Let's Hear It For The Boy*
*Too Much, Too Little, Too late (W/Johnny Mathis)*
*Without Us/Family Ties (W/Johnny Mathis)*
*It's Gonna Take A Miracle
Just a few of the notable hits from one of the most distinctive voices in pop music. Deniece Williams began her musical journey singing in the church in Gary, Indiana. "Niecy" exploded on the national pop scene touring with Stevie Wonder - but it was duet with the legendary Johnny Mathis "Too Much, Too Little, Too Late" and the monster hit "Let's Hear It For the Boy" that caught the nations heart for this artist who embodied passion and poetry in her silky voice.
In addition to the string of hits that carried Deniece to national and international acclaim, she followed the leading and convictions of her heart and recorded 5 gospel albums - "SO GLAD I KNOW", "SPECIAL LOVE", "FROM THE BEGINNING", "THE BEST OF DENIECE WILLIAMS" and "THIS IS MY SONG".
Deniece, the mother of 4 sons, has always had a heart for children. Her first children's CD and book entitled "Lullabies to Dreamland", sparked a Sony video project entitled "Child of Mine" featuring Deniece and other celebrity Moms and is aired on television every Mother's Day.
Following a successful time of recording and touring, Deniece entered another phase of her career by joining the London production of the musical "MAMA I WANT TO SING"; playing the role of Sister Carrie.
After a successful acting debut in London, she took the helm as host of a BBC Radio 2 talk and music show, "The Gospel Train" renamed "The Deniece Williams Show". This program highlights the influences that Gospel music has had on secular/mainstream artist and musicians no matter what their music/genre and is now currently in its seventh year.
This also sparked a desire in Deniece's heart to have a radio show here at home. This year she successful launched "The Deniece Williams Show" a weekly gospel talk show on KKLA in Los Angeles and is looking forward to syndication throughout the USA.
With a successful recording, acting and radio career under her belt Deniece, through her company Deniece Williams Productions, now has her eyes on writing film, television and theater projects.
While reflecting over her life and accomplishments Deniece still maintains that her priorities have always been and forever will be serving God, her family and then her career!
1976 "This is Niecy" featuring "Free That's What Friends Are For
1978 "Songbird" featuring "God is Truly Amazing/Baby My Loves All For You
1979 "Too Much, Too Little, Too Late" duet with Johnny Mathis
1980 "Without Us" theme from Family Ties Television Show a duet with Johnny Mathis
1981 "Niecy" featuring "It's Gonna Take A Miracle"
1983 "My Melody" featuring Silly
1984 "Let's hear It For The Boy" from the Footloose Film/CD
1986 "So Glad I Know" featuring I Surrender All/They Say
1987 "Special Love" featuring His Eye Is On The Sparrow/Healing
1988 "From The Beginning" gospel complilation
1990 "Lullabies to Dreamland" CD
1991 "Lullabies To Dreamland" book
1995 "Mama I Want to Sing" Theater
1996 "BBC Radio 2 Talk/Music Show
1998 "This Is My Song" featuring Stand/Blessed Assurance
1999 Host of Television Special "Joy: The Evolution of Gospel Music
2000 "The Deniece Williams & Friends Mother's Day Special" Television Show
2002 "Looking For Mr. Do Right" Theater
2002 "All Men Can't Be Dogs" Theater
2003 "The Deniece Williams Radio Show" KKLA
2004 “If You Don’t Believe” Theater/Co-Producer
2005 “Christmas Child” Film
2006 “The TV Land Award Show” duet with Johnny Mathis/Family Ties
2006 “Celebrity Duets” with Alphonso Ruberio
2006 Honeree for the HAL Awards
2006 “God Is Trying To Tell You Something” Theater
2006 Christmas Special/ Hallmark “Love’s Pure Light”
2007 Jakarta Jazz Festival
2007 Re-release Lullabies To Dreamland" book and CD
2007 Lords Prayer CD (Thine is The Kingdom) A Gospel Project
2007 Love Niecy Style
* 4 Grammy Awards * 3 Stellar Awards * 1 Oscar Nomination * 16 Grammy Nominations