Don Williams and Lofton Kline were performing as a duo when they were approached by Susan Taylor about making it a trio. And so The Pozo Seco Singers were born.
They had a gentle sound that was a fusion of traditional folk and slick pop. They released “Time” on the small Edmark label in 1965 and it generated enough sales for them to be picked up by the large Columbia label.
“Time” was not their biggest hit but it is generally the one they are remembered for. The Columbia release entered the BILLBOARD MAGAZINE Pop Chart during late Feb. of 1966 and peaked at number 47 during its seven weeks on the chart.
The trio disbanded in 1970. Don Williams has gone on to a long and very successful country career as a solo artist.