Billy London is a singer, musician and songwriter who
specializes in American Rockabilly Music. Billy London is a recent inductee in
the "Rockabilly Hall of Fame," second generation. Raised in the San Francisco Bay Area up until High School,
he moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in music and the recording arts. Billy's guitar work and vocals are sprinkled on recordings
spanning from the 70's to the 90's on an eclectic list that includes, The Monkees, Shel Silverstein, Dr. Hook,
Jackie Lomax, Leah Kunkel, Stephen Bishop, Alan Clarke and Art Garfunkel
albums. In the early 70's he was a Country-Rock performer signed to CBS Records
by legendary record mogul Clive Davis ;
The Staton Brothers Band/Epic Records 1972 : produced by John Simon Billy teamed up with Stephen Bishop and toured the nation
with a number one hit, "On and On" in 1977. He played the pedal steel on that original
record and did 5 major U.S. tours with Bishop as the opening act for Fleetwood
Mac, Linda Ronstadt and Randy Newman. The Stephen Bishop Band made appearances
on The Tonight Show, Saturday Night Live
and other National TV shows. In the mid 1990's Billy London moved to Nashville, Tennessee
to immerse himself in the birthplace of Rockabilly. In 2005/6
he hosted a radio show in Franklin, TN called "The Rockabilly Radio
Show" on WAKM am 950, Saturday mornings 10 to 11 am.
Driven by American Roots Music, Billy fronts a 3 piece
Rockabilly group for "live"shows and concerts: "Billy London and
the Lucky Dice."
"This guy is the real deal for authenticity in look and
sound, like he just stumbled out of Sun Records
in Memphis, 1955." Bill Morrison/ Rockabilly Hall of Fame,
Nashville,TN. 9pm, no door!