Memorable pop-rock tunes, soulful vocals, wailing slide guitar, and riveting live performances are Billy Livesay's signature. A respected member of the music community, Billy has forged a national career and his songs have appeared:
- Saving Grace
- My Name is Earl
- One Tree Hill
- King of the Hill
- Robin's Hoods
- Doogie Howser
- Major motion pictures - Straw Dogs, Wrestle Maniac, Promised Land
- HBO movie - Back To Evens
- NBC movies of the week - Mathew Sheppard Story, Death of A Cheerleader and Beauty's Revenge
- Publishing deals with Kid Gloves Music and Transition Music
Billy’s tough childhood in Hialeah, Florida has been the inspiration for his work on projects like “Love Your Neighbor,” a Miami grass roots campaign for which Billy wrote the theme song, and for his workshops at the University of Miami, that demonstrate the powerful therapy that music provides.
Billy’s song, “Stranger in My House,” reflects the betrayal of parental violence, the accompanying loss of one’s spirit and the regaining of one’s soul, through music.