Bill's obsessive odyssey into the music world began in 1957 when his mother
noticed him responding to the song "Little Star" by The Elegants and bought
him the 45. Unfortunately, Bill was three and did not yet own a turntable,
but he remembers that "it tasted great." This led to years of voracious
sampling of music of all kinds, a hobby that cost him all his allowance,
newspaper boy savings and college loan funds. It is rumored that the "death
of vinyl" can be directly traced back to his series of frantic telephone
calls to music labels in 1989 claiming that he was running out of storage
space. Now older, wiser and poorer, Bill's mission in life is to allow his
readers to tune into that great radio station that lies between his ears.
But don't mess with the knobs.
Bill's website is located at http://www.geocities.com/SunsetStrip/8282/.
Bill Holmes can be reached via e-mail at email@example.com