Roger Williams was only able to perform three sell-out engagements of his
final tour, including The Ronald Reagan-Presidential Library’s “A Concert
for America – A Tribute to Ronald Reagan’s 100th Birthday," which can still
be seen via http://www.reaganfoundation.org/live-webcasts.aspx, on Roger’s
YouTube channel and this website.
The evening of his first chemo treatment found Roger appearing before a
huge crowd in Palm Desert, California, not only because he believed the
“show must go on” but he always felt that his illness was just “another fight”
in the life of a former champion Navy boxer. Roger’s music buoyed him
and transcended his pain from cancer into the dream of winning, which
showed in the two CDs he put out during his illness, and available on this
site: The MAN THEY CALL MR. PIANO and ROGER WILLIAMS
GOLDEN INSPIRATIONAL HYMNS.
We are grateful to Roger for his lovingness, and for sharing his beautiful
talent with the world ….Now, the energy, the music, and the spirit of Roger
Williams lives on.