The B-105, Cincinnati morning guy took a bunch of the fun, novelty songs (like his current and very topical one "The Dipstick Song") to the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville a few months ago and the result is a funny album that any morning show is going to want to tap into. The first clue that Bill takes his music seriously, but does not take himself all that seriously is the name of his label: "Whyte Trash Records."
Get a copy by calling Alan Rommelfanger at 805 492-0707.
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