Born March 4, 1963 in DuBois, Pennsylvania, the oldest son of George and Florence Bures, William attended catholic school and was cast in several high school productions. He participated in a forensics program for 3 years and won several academic tournaments. He was first exposed to the music of Elvis and late 60's am radio. He began collecting records in 1970. His first lp was the "Partridge Family" and he has been a dedicated ABBA fan since 1974.
His first national recognition for song writing, ACM Records and Publishing, who submitted material to MTV "
Making of the TRL Tour 2001," "The Real World" & PBS "In The Mix" 2001 and reality T.V. He moved to New York, May 2001, to open recording studio geared toward the song writer called Route 66 Recording, located on Locust Street, one block from the Fleetwood train stop in Mt. Vernon. He is currently working with several artists and many music styles. The studio is home to over 30,000 records and CDs. His current musical tastes and influences: Missy Elliot, Da Buzz, Shakira, Blink 182, Nelly, Pink, Creed.
Seventeen years of business, design and music industry experience covering a range of diverse roles. a versatile and creative problem solver with proven ability to successfully complete multi-million dollar projects. Music composer, arranger, producer and recording engineer. He was the entertainment director for two nightclubs with capacities of over 1,000. He was responsible for all music and coordinated all events and shows including recording artists Lonnie Gordon, Crystal Waters, Martha Wash of C&C Music Factory, Divine, The Flirts, Evelyn Thomas, Pamela Stanley, and Sylvester. He was also the mix specialist, equipment repair and nightl