Bill Coffey

Bill Coffey


Bill Coffey has been singing and writing songs for two decades. Both as a solo artist and in various groups, this high-energy, roots-rock and retro-country singer, songwriter and guitar player has played tour dates throughout the West.


Bill Coffey's songs swerve from upbeat, jangly country pop to the darker, lonesomer side of Americana and tell the stories of the real West. With vocals that are heartfelt and direct, set against instrumentation firmly rooted in the traditions of American music – folk, country, blues, rock and everything in between – his work has been compared to John Prine, Gram Parsons, Townes Van Zandt and Bruce Springsteen. Bill has opened shows for such artists as John Hiatt, George Jones, Dwight Yoakam, Todd Snider, Hal Ketchum, John Hammond, Jr., Peter Case, Glen Phillips and many others.


These Dreams of Mine (Beehouse Records) 2007

Set List

Can play 3+ hours of original music. The band also plays many classic country and Americana covers.