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William Neal

Born in Washington, D.C. to a family of musicians and singers, William had an ear for music from a very young age. He recalls being captivated by songs like Frankenstein (Edgar Winter) which to this day is one of his favorite songs. William started playing bass around 1979. In the years following, he learned to play guitar and some keyboards. He always had the dream of producing a CD since first picking up the bass. He has now released his debut CD Pillars and Dreams in fulfillment of that dream. He encourages other to keep perusing after their dreams.


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At the helm of the ps150.4 Project is Washington, D.C. musician William Neal who has been performing in and around the U.S. Capitol for nearly three decades as well as a memorable tour of France including an appearance at the Nancy Jazz Festival in 2001. Born into a musical family, William had an ear for melody at a young age, in fact as a kid he used to string rubber bands around his books and strum them like a guitar. Fast forward to today, the jazz multi-instrumentalist delivers a stylish and classy debut with PILLARS AND DREAMS featuring an introspective collection of bass-driven grooves with a vintage vibe

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Album Pillars and Dreams by William Neal

Pillars and Dreams

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