Bill Fulton is known throughout the Los Angeles area as a composer, arranger, orchestrator, music producer and pianist/keyboardist. Bill has been very active in the Southland vicinity in and around Los Angeles, CA since 1987 when he moved there from the San Francisco Bay Area. Born on July 4, 1962 in Oakland, California, Bill spent his childhood in nearby Alameda. Bill began his music exploration at the age of 7 on the trumpet, later switching to piano at the age of 14. He attended Cal State University at Hayward as a music composition major. After Cal State Hayward, Bill worked extensively in the Bay Area as a performer, teacher, composer, arranger, and engineer. As a keyboardist in the Bay Area Bill worked with Sheila E., KSAN radio personality Steve Jordan, Chuck Mangione guitarist Grant Geissman, popular Bay Area R&B/Top 40 group Touch n Go as well as many other fine musical ensembles. In April 1987, shortly after leaving Touch n Go, Bill moved to the Los Angeles area to attend the Dick Grove School Of Music's Composing/Arranging Program.