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Bill Whitecotton

Bill Whitecotton

Singer Songwriter Montgomery, TX  US
My Life's in Storage
I Heard Your Voice Today
If It Wasn't for Drinkin'
The Man I Used to Be


  • 2014

    Jun 7

    Spring, TX, US | 8:00pm

    I'm working on getting my stage presence back after a two-month recuperation from surgery. Open mike. Solo, maybe a duo or two with Dalton Raye.


  • Debut Day for the Common Outlaw Band
  • With Dalton Raye and the Common Outlaw Band
  • with COB at Main Street Crossing, Tomball, TX


Bio: I was born and reared in Crab Orchard, West Virginia. I got my first guitar at age 14, and by age 19, I was playing my way through college. I grew up on an eclectic musical diet of pop, gospel, rock, soul, country, and bluegrass. From "The Gospel Lights" trio and "The Telstars" in high school,...See Full Bio




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  • Song Plays +3 46
  • Video Plays 422
  • Total Fans 51
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  • YouTube Subscribers 2


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