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Bill was involved in the East Village Art scene represented by Civilian Warfare Gallery. Various Individual and Group shows in NYC, Zurich, London, Montreal, Seattle, and Washington DC. Private collections.
I never thought of myself as an artist but a guy that does things. Life is the process of sculpting so i am still doing it at the moment...:)
Bill was also involved in the NYC music scene back in the late 70's and 80's. He played bass and sang with Public Problems, The Locals, The Moberlys and Rubout at clubs like CBGB's, Max's Kansas City, The Ritz [now Webster Hall], Irving Plaza. Kenny's Castaways, the Penalty Box, the Pyramid Club, Trudy Hellers, etc.
In 2010, the Locals were contacted by Sing Sing Records, and were asked to re issue the 45 that they made in 1980 - "You Never Have Fun" b/w "Yes or No". The band also got back together with guest Wally Smith [Quincy] and played a final "reunion" gig at Kennys for the International Pop Overthrow Festival. Sing Sing records has since come back to the band to ask if they can distribute all of their studio recordings digitally, so we are in the process of re issuing them as well.