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Born in Vancouver, Canada, Bill is a Canadian singer/songwriter who first came to prominence with the 1960s rock band, 'The Collectors'. Better known for his work with another band, 'Chilliwack' in the 1970s and '80s, he has produced numerous recordings and won several Canadian music awards, including a Juno and a Genie. He also served as musical ... See full bio »

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Gutterballs Soundtrack
Tokyo Cowboy
Tokyo Cowboy Soundtrack
Katie Chats
Katie Chats Himself


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 2010 Kids in the Hall: Death Comes to Town (TV Mini-Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Death Checks In (2010) ... (writer: "Crazy Talk")
 2009 Rise Up: Canadian Pop Music in the 1980s (TV Movie documentary) (writer: "My Girl (Gone, Gone, Gone)")
 2008 Gutterballs (writer: "Whatcha Gonna Do (When I'm Gone)", "My Girl (Gone, Gone, Gone)", "Communication Breakdown", "Baby Blue")
 1994 Tokyo Cowboy (performer: "Keep Lightin' That Fire" - as Henderson)
 1983 Get Crazy (performer: "The Sky Is Crying", "The Blues Had a Baby and They Named It Rock and Roll", "I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man")
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 2014 Katie Chats (TV Series)
- SOCAN Awards Chats (2014) ... Himself
 2009 Rise Up: Canadian Pop Music in the 1980s (TV Movie documentary)
Himself - Chilliwack
 2009 This Beat Goes On: Canadian Pop Music in the 1970s (TV Movie documentary)
Himself - Chilliwack
 2006 Shakin' All Over! (TV Movie documentary)
 1997 The 26th Annual Juno Awards (TV Special)

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Personal Quote:

Fear has at least two layers: the fear of a certain thing and a fear of that fear. The first fear is difficult to do much about in the instant that it occurs, but the second one can be dealt with. Most people get nervous if they have to speak publicly. I do. But if you realize that you will be nervous, and then notice that, yes, you are nervous, it releases you in a small but important way. ... See more »

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