Music: What You'll Hear
AMERICA - Sandman, I need You, Horse with no Name
BEATLES - Norwegian Wood, Hide your Love, Things we Said Today, Blackbird
GEORGE HARRISON - Any Road, Give me Love, Dark Horse
DIERKS BENTLEY - What was I thinkin'?, What you done to me
ZAC BROWN - Toes, Chicken Fried
JIMMY BUFFET - Pirate looks at 40, Margaritaville, Pencil thin Mustache
Bama Breeze, Why don't we get drunk?
GLENN CAMPBELL - Gentle on my mind, Wichita Lineman
JOHNNY CASH -Cry, cry ,cry, Hey Porter, Sunday Morning comin' Down
Folsom Prison Blues, Ring of Fire, Hurt
SOGGY BOTTOM BOYS - Big Rock Candy Mountain, Man of Constant Sorrow
KENNY CHESNEY - You and Tequila, When the Sun goes down
ERIC CHURCH - Drink in my Hand, Chevy Van, Homeboy
JIM CROCE -Don't Mess around with Jim, Bad Leroy Brown
CCR - Lodi, Who'll Stop the Rain, Lookin' out my Back Door
BILLY CURRINGTON - Pretty good at drinkin' Beer, Let me Down Easy, God is Great
DARIUS RUCKER - Radio, Only wanna be with you
NEIL DIAMOND - Cracklin" Rosie, Sweet Caroline, Solitary Man
BOB DYLAN - Hey Mr. Tambourine Man, Knockin on Heaven's Door, The Weight
FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE - Sundaze, Cruise
THE FRAY - How to Save a Life, Over my Head
ALANJACKSON - Five O'clock somewhere, Country Boy, Little Bitty, Remember When
JACK JOHNSON - Flake, Sittin', Waiting, Wishing, Breakdown, Upside Down
GORDON LIGHTFOOT -If you could read my mind, Sundown, Carefree Highway
DAVE MATTHEWS - Typical Situation, Crash, Where are you goin'?
STEVE MILLER - Take the Money and Run, The Joker
OASIS - Champagne Supernova, Wonderwall
TOM PETTY - Yer So Bad, Runnin' Down a Dream, Last Dance, How it Feels, You wreck me
JOHN PRINE - Please don't Bury Me, In spite of Ourselves
SIMON & GARFUNKEL - Homeward Bound, Slip Sliding Away, I am a Rock
CAT STEVENS - Moonshadow, Father and Son, Wild World
JAMES TAYLOR - Highway Song, Fire and Rain, Carolina in my mind, Something in the way she moves, Sweet Baby James, Close your Eyes, Long ago and far way, Copperline
NEIL YOUNG - Human Highway, Goin' Back, Old Man, Comes a Time, Sugar Mountain
Needle and the Damage Done, Out on the weekend
HANK WILLIAMS sr. Hey Good Lookin', Tear in my Beer, Your Cheating Heart, I'm so Lonesome,
GEORGE JONES - Choices, He stopped Lovin' her today
And probably a few hundred stray songs that have gotten lost along the way!
Bill Floyd has been entertaining the Tampa Bay area for 7 years
performing at local bars, restaurants,senior centers and private
He enjoys interacting with the patrons and getting everyone involved
in the music ensuring that everyone has an awesome time!
Just real good music, Music everyone Enjoys!
I have been dazzling audiences with my "solo" project for 0ver 10 years. I first started playing guitar by "accident" when I snuck into my brothers room and quietly tinkering around with his old Hagstrom 6 string.
But I knew I was busted when I broke a string. He then made me buy another string (I had to wash dishes for a week to come up with the 75 cent string!) So I installed the string and kept right on playing and never looked back. I was in my first band at age 14. Suede was the power trio's name playing VFWs and school dances. By the time I was 18 we took ournext band into the studio and competed in a local radio station's "Homegrown" program featuring local bands doing original music.
Although the band EDEUS (Suede spelled backwards) didn't walk away a winner, it set the
stage for my future endeavors. By the time I was 20, I was touring the Midwest playing hotel chains. Although it was very short lived I had networked connections that led to my appreciation of the electronic era of the 80's. The Results toured the coal regions of Pennsylvania.
At that time I had started putting together a project recording studio together and continued to write for my own enjoyment was even getting airplay by local college radio stations.
From the mid 80's I pretty much hung up the guitar for the day job but still offered recording services.
In 2002 I was getting itchy to play again and noticed that many bars and restaurants were hiring solo musicians to entertain their patrons and I always wanted to do a solo project!
SO I put a set list of songs together that would appeal to all audiences.
Classic Rock, oldies, todays pop and country. I use a looper to added rhythm guitar so I can solo as well as a harmonizer to fill the sound out. I recently added a drum machine to give the sound some groove!
After 2 years of touring the east coast , I proudly call the Tampa Bay area home – firstname.lastname@example.org.