About Bill Elliott Music
Singer/songwriter Bill Elliott has been a lot of things in his lifetime; soldier, firefighter, waiter, cab driver, model and even a stripper at a bachelorette party. But, take a listen to his words and his smooth sounds and you will know where he belongs! Born in Tulsa, Oklahoma Bill knew from an early age that music was his calling. He graduated from Wichita Southeast High School and attended numerous college and universities in search of the perfect career. He originally intended to play soccer professionally but was side-lined by an injury forcing him to give up that dream. Not knowing where to go next he joined the Army and served his country for 4 years. Afterwards, Bill spent 7 years saving lives and fighting fires before deciding to come back to his one true love, music. He is currently a very dedicated guitar instructor at the Carnegie Arts Center in Leavenworth, KS. He has been performing professionally for the past 3 years and has impressed the crowds at Marfield's, High Noon Saloon, Ross's 20th Street Bar & Grill, Dusty Roads BBQ and the The Daily Dose just to name a few. His music has an acoustic rock feel infused with some country and blues undertones that make it unique and hard to resist. Bill describes his music as, “ kinda Brad Paisley meets Jack Johnson with a little Darius Rucker thrown in.” With his first studio album due out next year, Bill is finding his audience in the best way possible: through heartfelt, intensely personal music that can strike a chord with anyone. “Most of the songs are about relationships, both good and painful. There's a story and a girl behind each one,” Bill explains. The album and subsequent tour will be a musical testament to the trials and triumphs of life – his and everyone's.