Lee Williams left friends, family and loved ones heartbroken when news of Lee Williams’ death was announced. Information about the death of the deceased was published on social media on August 30, 2021. “It is with great sadness that we announce the transition of Lee Williams Tune in starting at 10:55 with @itsjasonclark & throughout the remainder of the day with @uscafe and @lcw1127 as we pay a special tribute to this GREAT MAN! Keep it locked to FM 104|AM 1240 WAVN THE TREND!”
Lee Williams and The Spiritual QC’s is a gospel quartet from Tupelo, Mississippi, USA, which has been in existence since 1968. The band began recording around 1970. The Gospel Quartet includes Lee Williams as lead singer and Al Hollis as guitarist. . And showgirl Patrick Hollis as background singer, Leonard Shumpert as second lead singer and new full-time bassist Tommy Harris. Lee Williams and Willie Ligon are co-lead singers.
Lee Williams and Spiritual QC went from being a part-time gospel group to a record of the year. The band’s first record was a series of 45 rpm records from Designer Records in Memphis, Tennessee. The singles were once conducted by Willie Reagan and Lee Williams, who were primarily bassists for the band.
After Ligons left the group, Williams assumed primary responsibilities and the group’s name was changed to include its former name. His first national album was recorded at MCG Records, a gospel record company in Georgia, in 1996. “Jesus Is Alive And Well” is his first album, which includes the single “He Learned to Lean.” His second album “Love Will Go All the Way” was released in 1998, which included some of the songs from his first album, and it was also for his third album “Good Time” released in 2000. “Foundation. The album reached ten. top on the Billboard Gospel Albums chart in November.
The following year, the band won Tradition Quartet of the Year at the Excellence Gospel Music Awards and was nominated for Best Gospel Album at the Soul Train Music Awards.