Tucker mixes a blend of surf and pop from his O.C. project studio;
featuring memorable melodies, catchy hooks and jangly guitar.
Early in his music career Bill joined such bands as The Malards,
The Sound Foundation, Just Before 60, Wacks, and Albion Moonlight.
During the late 70’s Bill teamed up with songwriter John
Simon and they wrote an album and began performing live. Several
record companies including Shelter Records took notice of their
album and shows. They performed all over Southern California
at places like The Cuckoo's Nest and Madame Wong's. One of their
songs, "Do You", was considered for Phil Seymour's
debut album! Phil really liked the tune and it was published
by Bug Music Group. Bill spent a good part of the 90's moonlighting
as an airbrush artist. Then, in 2001 he was selected to record
on a promotional CD called ERICfest. Bill met with producer/recording
artist Doug Robinson at Capitol Records in Hollywood to record
a collection of 10 Beach Boys songs. Bill sang "Surfer
Girl". The release of the CD was followed by a live performance
with The Beach Boys at Universal Amphitheater. This experience
re-energized Bill’s musical aspirations and he has since
written, recorded and produced 2 CDs: “Watch Over Me”
(a spiritual collection of original songs) and “Briardale”
(a mainstream pop/rock project).
Bill's 3rd album "Sgt Tucker", best described as a
psychedelic journey filled with Beatlesque ear candy is soon
to be released from Psychedelic Records.