Bill Pitcock IV began performing professionally in 1964 as the guitarist with his parent's Dance Band, Billy Pitcock and his Orchestra. Performed with various local bands until 1971. Then he began working with Dwight Twilley and Phil Seymour, in the Dwight Twilley Band and throughout their solo careers. 1983 to 1998 with the Mystery Band in Tulsa, OK. Currently doing solo work and studio work with Dwight Twilley. He recently released his first solo CD "Play What You Mean", and is currently working on 2 CDs as solo projects. He has two singles in the works to be released shortly. Notable releases: 1974 I'm On Fire, a top 40 hit for the Dwight Twilley Band with Shelter Records. 1981 Precious To Me, a top 40 hit for Phil Seymour with Boardwalk Records. Phil Seymour's first solo album contained two songs written by Bill, Don't Blow Your Life Away and Won't Finish Here. 1984 Girls, a top 40 hit for Dwight Twilley with EMI America Records. Currently working on two cds to be released by Dwight Twilley.
Bill Pitcock IV passed away April 8th, 2011 from Stage IV Pancreatic Cancer. He is buried at Memorial Gardens Cemetary, Tulsa, OK. He wass 58 years old. He is missed by many.