Biography
An immensely talented vocalist able to sing new jack swing tunes or old-time soul ballads with equal skill, Alyson Williams spent awhile on the edge of stardom. The daughter of trumpeter and bandleader Bobby Booker, Williams did background vocals for Curtis Hairston, Melba Moore, B.B. Q., Ca$hflow, Unlimited Touch, Bobby Brown, and Barbara Mitchell before joining High Fashion in 1982. Williams also sang with the Affair before going solo in 1986 with a cover of the Pointer Sisters' Yes We Can Can. She joined Def Jam in 1987, and the scorching duet Make You Mine Tonight with Chuck Stanley established her credentials with urban audiences. Williams also did a duet with Oran Juice Jones, How to Love Again, that was featured on his LP G.T.O.: Gangsters Takin' Over. Her Def Jam debut was Raw in 1989. Williams did another duet, this time with Tashan, in 1989, and the two later toured England together. She returned in 1991 with a self-titled release for the OBR/Columbia label, but it was her last. ~ Ron Wynn, Rovi



 
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Alyson Williams Just Call My Name
Alyson Williams - I Need Your Lovin'
Alyson Williams - My Love Is So Raw ft. D. Nikki
Alyson Williams I need Your Lovin
Alyson Williams TV INTERVIEW PART 1 "R & B GREATEST UNKNOWN ARTISTS" AT MANHATTAN NEIGHBORHOOD
Alyson Williams - Can't Have My Man HQ (Official Music Video)
Alyson Williams - Just My Luck [1992]
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