William Butler's southern rasp draws you in, tells you a great story, while delivering rhyme, melody, and remedy. His vocals recall Ronnie VanZant, Jim Hall (of Wet Willie) or Greg Allman or Paul Rodgers, yet remain distinctively original, and personal. He'll get you to sing along, maybe even to dance along, but be cautious, his voice brings a sense of purpose, of "real" life, and you get all caught up in hearing him sing about things you know happen in your life, too, and the next thing you know is that you really had a great time. So come let William tell you a story.
William Butler History:
Previous Bands: Blue Collar Blues
Influences: Pat Travers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Ted Nugent
Gear: 2005 Schecter C-1 quilt-top
2001 Fender Stratocaster (currently being painted black)
Fender Cyber Deluxe Amp
Honer Blues Harps
Various P.A. gear
Favorite Saying: "Show me some tits!"