Andy Williams, the effortlessly smooth crooner best known for his rendition of "Moon River," died on Tuesday night in his Branson, Mo. home after suffering from bladder cancer. He was 84.The Andy Williams Show," which lasted in various formats from 1962 until 1971, won three Emmys. It was on that show that Williams -- who launched his own career as part of an all-brother quartet -- introduced the world to another clean-cut act -- the original four singing Osmond Brothers of Utah. Their younger sibling Donny also made his debut on Williams' show, in 1963 when he was 6 years old.After leaving TV, Williams headed back on the road, where his many Christmas shows and albums made him a huge draw during the holidays. Eventually growing weary of touring, he decided to settle in Branson.
Did you ever see his Branson show ? No we try to make plans one time for it only to found out he was not going to be at his theater in Branson.