On the music front Bill performs as a singer/songwriter/guitarist in Los Angeles at such venues as The Whisky-a-Go-Go, The Rainbow, Dragonfly, Martini Lounge, Cat Club, Pig & Whistle and Kulak's Woodshed. On the east coast he performs with his band "Blonde Furniture" based in New London, CT. Bill has played drums on the east coast with The Whales, Vacant Lot and The Glenn Phillips Band and here in LA with Manic 5-0 and HS.
In 1984 Bill began a solo recording project (Blonde Furniture) in Connecticut and the following year released the 12" EP, "Has More Fun." At the same time he formed his own record label, Vinyl Siding Records. Bill was executive producer of nine vinyl albums including "Made For TV" featuring John Cale. His compilation albums, Towers of New London, Vol. 1 & 2 featured The Reducers, voted the best unsigned band in the US by CMJ (College Media Journal) in 1985.
In 1984 Bill played drums over the phone with Paul Schaeffer and band on David Letterman. The show featured Bob Dylan and Liberace.
Receiving his bachelor's degree in journalism from California State University, Long Beach, Bill had concentrations in music, art, psychology and history. He also taught computer programming at Thames Valley State Technical College in Connecticut, weight training at the YMCA and was a Senior Configuration Management Analyst for General Dynamics.