William Wyatt Gregory has been playing in front of audiences from Kalamazoo to the Keys, to Hong Kong since 1996. He is currently working through his 11th studio album, 'Good Things Comin'. His live solo shows feature footstompin', guitar, harmonica, and vocals or sometimes just acoustic guitar and vocals. Many well known and modern cover songs as well as some original songs.
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Press / Reviews
“"WUVT 90.7 FM MUSIC DIRECTOR - Barry Hall - Hollywood & Rose Album “MTV Song” sounds eerily like Bruce Springsteen. The rest of the album has a uniform style. Very nice tempo to the songs. A very nice addition to any Americana collection. Suggested: 1,3,4,7,8,9"”
“From footstompin’ blues to classic country to upbeat rock ‘n’ roll, William Wyatt’s original songs cover great distance. Based in Hartland, Michigan, he’s been touring and releasing indie recordings since 1996, most recently in support of his 2022 release Good Things Coming. With a clear, warm voice and strong guitar arrangements, his unique sound calls to mind Bob Dylan, The Animals, and Bruce Springsteen.” - Ann Arbor Summer Fest Insert
“"AFTER HEARING LET IT ALL OUT LIVE ON HIS SHOW... "you guys have a good sound" - Mitch Albom"”
“On Sunday April 13th, six of the areas top country acts attacked the Emerald Theatre in Detroit for a showdown that would bring the two winners a chance to open for Nashville Recording Artists "Emerson Drive" when they appear at the Emerald on April 27th. The William Wyatt Band opened the evening with their saxophone enhanced countrified rock stylings. ...we all knew only two bands could snag the brass ring on this one and open for Emerson Drive. The votes were counted and the audience selected the William Wyatt Band and Crossroads as the bands to come back on April 27th for the big show. The theatre exploded as the bands were named, it was obvious that the winners had their crowds on hand. — MichiganBands.com”