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Bill Lloyd

About Bill Lloyd

Bill Lloyd combined with Radney Foster to sneak onto the charts a number of times in the late 1980s with intelligent, tuneful country way outside the mainstream formula. The duo broke up in the early '90s, but Lloyd stayed busy as a songwriter, session guitarist, and solo artist. His solo material shows a deep affection for Power Pop, British Invasion, and melodically quirky and offbeat guitar-based pop. It seems that he doesn't have any desire to return to the confines of mainstream Nashville.

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Bill Lloyd

Bill Lloyd combined with Radney Foster to sneak onto the charts a number of times in the late 1980s with intelligent, tuneful country way outside the mainstream formula. The duo broke up in the early '90s, but Lloyd stayed busy as a songwriter, session guitarist, and solo artist. His solo material shows a deep affection for Power Pop, British Invasion, and melodically quirky and offbeat guitar-based pop. It seems that he doesn't have any desire to return to the confines of mainstream Nashville.

About Bill Lloyd

Bill Lloyd combined with Radney Foster to sneak onto the charts a number of times in the late 1980s with intelligent, tuneful country way outside the mainstream formula. The duo broke up in the early '90s, but Lloyd stayed busy as a songwriter, session guitarist, and solo artist. His solo material shows a deep affection for Power Pop, British Invasion, and melodically quirky and offbeat guitar-based pop. It seems that he doesn't have any desire to return to the confines of mainstream Nashville.

About Bill Lloyd

Bill Lloyd combined with Radney Foster to sneak onto the charts a number of times in the late 1980s with intelligent, tuneful country way outside the mainstream formula. The duo broke up in the early '90s, but Lloyd stayed busy as a songwriter, session guitarist, and solo artist. His solo material shows a deep affection for Power Pop, British Invasion, and melodically quirky and offbeat guitar-based pop. It seems that he doesn't have any desire to return to the confines of mainstream Nashville.