Feb 07

Bill Rosser

Originally from Northeastern Pennsylvania, Bill Rosser has been part of the East Coast music scene for over 30 years. As both guitar player and lead singer in numerous bands, Bill has played in all sorts of venues from small clubs to football stadiums to CBGB's to TV's "Live From The Bubba Mac Shack". Bill has opened shows for the likes of Molly Hatchet, .38 Special, Black Oak Arkansas, Jimmie Van Zant, The Outlaws, Pure Prairie League, and others.

As part owner of CSS Recording, Bill has written and produced commercial music for The National Guard for use in both TV and Radio advertising. In 1999 Bill teamed up with Charlie Fick to assemble a first class group of players with roots in Blues and Southern Rock. The result was Shotgun Blue. Their first CD entitled "Chucky" received significant regional airplay and continues to be requested today.

Bill has been playing guitar since grade school and his collection includes a rare 1960 single pickup Teisco Del Rey, a 1969 (pre-production) Les Paul Recording, a mid-seventies Fender Stratocaster, a 87 Gibson SG, an Ovation acoustic, and a Samick D5 Acoustic. For amplification he uses Fender, but still enjoys the warm sound of a vintage Silvertone head.