|Other skills:||Saxophone Player|
More About Bill Payne
- Complete Bio Was raised in Harvey, Illinois. Originally wanted to be a trumpet player when I heard the Al Hirt Top 40 hit “Cotton Candy” when I was a child. My mother said that my Uncle had an old clarinet and asked me if I would play that. I didn’t know what that was but agreed to play it when I saw a clarinet player on ”The Lawrence Welk Show.” Originally studied clarinet with Don Kramer and saxophone with Frank Derrick, Jr. First road experience was with “The Young Americans” in 1969 then free-lance Chicago. Joined “The Russ Carlyle Orchest... (more info...)
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The Desert and the City by Bill Payne
New Artists Records
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Untitled #1 by Bill Payne - Connie Crothers
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