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The best kept secret in music


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bill-demo(2004) features 'sound scientist' which has had local play on FM94.9 and 91x in San Diego.


Feeling a bit camera shy


bill was conceived when Dave Marciano (gold medalist, quantitative analysis N.Y.S.S.O.) became frustrated with the direction of his solo saxophone project (saxaphonic explosion). Determined to succeed he decided to assemble a new band of high powered performers on par with his progressive woodwind approach. Seeking inspiration he turned to a copy of the 1997 Earl L. Vandermeulen High School talent show video where he was reminded of a thaumaturgic performance of Bush's Glycerine by Curt Hartling (1st Place with Tim Papallardo:1997 Long Island Electronic News Gathering Competition). Dave, knowing Curt's interest in horticulture, was able to entice him to relocate in search of the rarest of all Trachycarpus, the Dwarf Palmetto. With Curt on board as power front man, Dave was one step closer to his goal. For further ideas he consulted the 1998 talent show video. It was difficult for him to find an act that didn't feature aspiring musician Jon Coyle (All County Tennis 1996-98). Coyle had just finished his studies in music at Ithaca College overcoming an acute case of seasonal affect disorder. With the need for steady climate and a shared musical vision, he moved to San Diego and bill was born.

"bill is unique in their ability to find cohesiveness in an unlimited variety of styles." -Union Tribune paper boy

"bill's incredible live show features skill-showcasing originals with a few jaw-dropping covers thrown in. Frequent instrument and role changes are all part of the norm for this incredibly skilled, power trio." -Dr. Bekis

"Sound scientist is the coolest f**king song ever! i love it- favorite local song by miles!"-Joey, The Big Provider

"...a user-friendly, laid-back amalgam of East Coast energy and So. Cal possibilities. With such an open-ended aesthetic, bill could be taken literally to mean all the name implies."-Will K. Shilling,