William "Billy" Wyman Sherwood (born March 14, 1965, Las Vegas, Nevada) is a musician, record producer, and engineer.
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... Las Vegas by childhood friends Michael Sherwood (keyboards, backing vocals) and Jimmy Haun (guitar) with Gary Starnes (drums) and Mike Hulsey (keyboards) ... Guy Allison joined on keyboards, as did Michael's younger brother Billy Sherwood at the age of 16 in 1981 ... and sole album Nomadic Sands, released in 1985 on A M Records, performed by the Sherwoods, Haun, Allison and Starnes ...
... Jimmy Haun and Michael Sherwood (Billy's elder brother) were childhood friends and went on to form the band Lodgic, which Billy joined in 1981 ... A few years after Lodgic split up, Billy Sherwood was introduced to Yes bassist Chris Squire and other members of Yes, including Kaye and White ... Sherwood worked with the band on material for their next album ...
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“War is a most uneconomical, foolish, poor arrangement, a bloody enrichment of that soil which bears the sweet flower of peace ...”
—M. E. W. Sherwood (18261903)
“Oh, where have you been, Billy boy, Billy boy?
Oh, where have you been, charming Billy?
Ive been to seek a wife,
Shes the joy of my life,
Shes a young thing, and cannot leave her mother.”
—Unknown. Billy Boy (l. 15)