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Bill's Band

Bill Greenberg's Profile

Bill playingAttorney Bill Greenberg playing the guitar before an enthusiatic German audience.

In 1997, Attorney Bill Greenberg took a break from his successful law practice and toured with his rock band in the United States and Europe.

For several years, Bill's Band filled venues and their CD Basic Tracks was on the playlist of more than 700 radio stations nationwide, reaching number one on two of these stations.

They released several CDs, including Basic Tracks and Road Worthy, and Bill's Band music can be purchased at iTunes for your iPod.

An accomplished lead guitarist, Bill cites vintage Neil Young as his greatest influence, and this is evident in the band's signature piece, "That Door."


Bill's Band
Bill on the far right, with his bandmates, Jim Wacker (keyboards), Dave Hamburger (bass) & Glenn Berino (drums)

Free Downloads:

"That Door"
From Bill's Band CD Basic Tracks 1997 Recorded at the Baby Monster Studio on 14th Street, Mixed at Streetlight Studios, produced by Cameron Greider and Dan Karnes.

"Gloria"
From Bill's Band CD Roadworthy 2001
"Gloria" was one of the band's favorite pieces to play live, and at a gig in Berlin, Germany, Bill reports that they did a 30-minute version of this song. This song must be played LOUD.

"One Night Stand"
Unreleased Track, 2003
Recorded at the Baby Monster Studio on 14th Street, produced by Steve Burgh.

"Swear to God"
Live at the Dingus Pub, Holland '02. Eight people were present and, fortunately, one of them had a tape recorder and sent Bill this recording when he returned to the States. The studio version was released on the CD Basic Tracks.

"Kneeling In the Rain"
Unreleased Track, 2003
Recorded at the Baby Monster Studio on 14th Street, produced by Steve Burgh.

"Spirit of Tierra Del Fuego"
Unreleased Track, 2003
Recorded at the Baby Monster Studio on 14th Street, produced by Steve Burgh.

"I and I"
A Bob Dylan cover, recorded live at the Trocadero in Philadelphia, 1999.