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William Stanley Parton

Bill Parton Trio are recognised as one of the most successful and happening bands in on the Adelaide live scene today. The ensemble features William Parton (Piano Vocals), Benjamin Harrison (Bass) and Andrew Partington (Drums/Percussion), together forming Bill Parton Trio. Regularly performing at Pubs, Clubs, Entertainment Venues and Private functions, the boys play a prominent part in the Australian live entertainment industry.

The Trio performs both originals and covers from a range of genres including Funk, Jazz and Lounge. They take after the influences of Harry Connick JR, Louis Armstrong, Chet Baker, Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennet, Ray Charles, Jeff Buckley, Freddie Mercury (Queen), Frou Frou, Groove Armada, Zero 7, The Beatles and even Radiohead.

Their configuration allows easy adaptation to many different settings and can be utalised as background atmospheric cocktail music purely to create an ambience or alternatively the featured entertainment of the night that everyone’s up and dancing to!

Whether it's for your wedding, party, dance night or function, Bill Parton Trio would be very glad to be of service and endeavor to make you’re occasion that extra bit more special and memorable.


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