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Will Randall was born in Dawson Creek B.C. in 1980. His father, Wyley Randall is an accomplished singer/ songwriter so there is no question to where Will get's his talent. In 1989 at the age of nine, Will started singing in Tootsies Orchid Lounge with his Dad where he began to gain an interest in the instumental aspect of the music. At the age of 10, Wyley began teaching Will the basic chords on the guitar and along with a friend, Bill Holmes, teaching him guitar licks, before long Will was well on his way!
Will would attend "Writer's Nights" with his father at various venues as well as "The Rhinestone Cowboy", a honky tonk on Lower Broadway of which his father owned. At a benefit that was held in Nashville, Will, being a typical enthusiastic kid, aged 10, went around and was meeting all the different artists. He eventually was able to get up and sing and oddly enough, songwriter /singer, Mickey Newbury gave him his treasured guitar to play and he was even accompanied with harmonies on "Good Hearted Woman" by David Allen Coe. He was also asked to get up and sing when Waylon Jennings couldn't remember the words to a song he was singing called "Wrong". As Will was pitching him the words from the floor Waylon looked at him as said "you're wierd kid, get up here and sing this with me". And Will did. Will and his dad moved back to Canada in 1995 as Wyley felt it was time for him to spend some time getting to know his family.
It is now 2014 after taking some well needed time off to spend time being a father Will Randall is back and better than ever, he is definitely on his way to fulfilling his dream! With such a wonderful past and great friends that he has in the Music Industry, Will now knows it's time to reclaim what he's let slip by him for so long. Its time to give back to Country Music what Country Music has given Will.