Musician Billy ‘The Zeus’ Kilpatrick composes with Jon Anderson

Bill Kilpatrick

Jon Anderson in concerto al Maxlive di Costabi...

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Bill Kilpatrick, Guitar/Keyboards/Vocals, Composer, Arranger…and many other fabulous talents (not to mention a very dear and long time friend), has lately been collaborating with Jon Anderson.

As quoted by Wikipedia, “Jon Anderson (born John Roy Andersonon 25 October 1944) is an English musician best known as the former lead singer of the progressive rock band Yes. He is also an accomplished solo artist and has collaborated with artists such as the Greek musician Vangelis, among others.”

…(i.e., Billy The Zeus!!!)

Billy recently sent me an email announcing the song which he and Jon composed together, “Surfing with God”, is now on YouTube with some fabulous surfing video.

Click on red YouTube icon on bottom right of screen to go directly to YouTube

If video not viewable, here’s link for your browser:

After you watch the video (all the way through to the end…helps them chalk up more ‘views’) and comment on YouTube, then come back here and let us know what you think!

Congratulations, Billy – fabulous!  And very exciting!  Please keep us updated on your work with Jon.

If you want to hear more, here’s link to FB Page for Bill & Jon’s ‘Violin Stories’:

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Bill Kilpatrick can be contacted / booked through Essence Entertainment Talent Agency.

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One Comment on “Musician Billy ‘The Zeus’ Kilpatrick composes with Jon Anderson”

  1. Satshop Says:

    Oh my goodness 🙂 An amazing article. Please write more articles such this…

    Best regards Alex

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