Genres:New Age, Easy Listening, Funk, Lounge/Exotica, Electronic - Trip Hop/Downtempo, Jazz - Swing/Big Band, Pop Rock, Alternative Pop, Pop - Adult Contemporary, Specialty - Soundtrack Alternatives, Specialty - HumanDrama/Emotions, Rock - Pop Rock, Rock - Metal/Alternative Metal, Rock - Indie Rock, Rock - Experimental/Post-Rock, Rock - Alternative Rock, Rock - Alternative Pop , World - Klezmer
William studied Piano and Song-writing for 30 years, writing his first song "Don't Make Me Die" at the age of twelve, after seeing the TIME magazine cover story of the Jonestown Massacre. He grew up in bands earning professional wages by the time he was 15 years old, playing high school dances and public concerts. William attended Berklee College of Music for a year, he also spent two years studying Film at William Paterson University in New Jersey.
His band Spender was together throughout his High school and college years. In their last days, Spender was drawing more than a thousand people to their shows in New York City. William went on to be signed with Robert Matarazzo to Atlantic Records in 1987 as a duo. While on Atlantic Records he would work with such artists as Eliot Easton, producers John Rollo and Ken Cummings, and many very talented musicians. William's career spans numerous albums spread out all over America backed by hundreds of passionate performances that shaped his unique career. He currently has 5 independently released albums on iTunes, as well as thousands of Cd’s sold across America. He works with many musicians in the New Jersey area including drums by Karl Latham, well known for his Jazz throughout Europe, and Tom Hammer who has two songs on Cindy Lauper's latest record. The music is well thought out and melodically arranged, and with intent to remind you of what it used to be like before compact discs replaced the vinyl record.