British wit does not elude Cowling who is from England, but not London.
Mars shared the stage with Pat Travers for many years, and his unique
"slippery" bass style is emulated by other musicians who
talk about him in the AOL music chat rooms.
With his cool bass voice and thumping rhythm, Argy has a
distinctive groove. Steve has played or recorded with: Wild
Cherry, KC and The Sunshine Band, The Bellamy Brothers, Jimmy "Bo"
Horne, and Mike Quatro. Steve joins Billy in The Temple of
Soul, alongside Clarence Clemons. Click
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Bass/Background Vocals —
Tommy Hall is a multi-instrumentalist who plays guitar, keyboards, harmonica, and vocals with Billy and the group Slow Ride.
Piano/Organ/ Background Vocals —
Quinn is a world traveler who spent three years
touring with the USO in a rock band called Napolean. His travels
took him from Istanbul to Tokyo and across the United States.
Quinn is a multi-instrumentalist who plays keyboards, piano, and
guitar and backs Billy on vocals. John also played keyboards for
Clarence Clemons in the "Band Of Faith."
Stan is well known in blues and rock circles for his work with Chuck
Berry, Benny King, and the Drifters and played sax on "A Little Bit of Hurt" CD.
on a steady diet of the roots of Rock 'N Roll and Rhythm & Blues,
A.J. Kelly's in-the-pocket, rock solid style developed quickly. After
touring the Midwest with his father, James Merideth (a member of the
Rockabilly Hall of Fame), Kelly moved to the San Francisco Bay area
and immediately landed a job with the Alameda All-Stars. There, he
played with music greats such as Gregg Allman, Brad Gillis (Night
Ranger), and Danny Chauncey (.38 Special).
**Both Jorge and Steve have contributed their bass
playing to some of The Livesays new material.
Special Thanks to Ray Durso and Joe Lopez for their technical
collaborations with Billy.
David Graham - Songwriter
Not a musician by trade, David
enjoys writing with a diverse group of musicians. He's delved
into the country, rock, alternative and Americana genres with his
lyrics. He writes by mail, by phone, by internet, and often
face-to-face-line-to-line-. One of his favorite collaborators
is Billy Livesay. Billy and David have gotten some national
recognition with songs on NBC, WPN, MTV and MP3. Graham's
songs have gotten airplay as far away as Japan and Europe.
He is also a published poet and children's writer.