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About Bill Kurzenberger
Bill Kurzenberger is a dynamic keyboardist/singer/songwriter/guitarist from Columbus, Ohio. Bill plays keyboards and sings as a solo artist – and with the Bug Hounds, The Resonators, Skeleton Crew, Terrapin Moon, and KrisB’s Midnight Railroad – around Ohio and the Midwest.
Over the past eighteen years, Kurzenberger has performed at many of Ohio’s premier venues including Promowest’s LC Pavilion, Newport Music Hall, the House of Blues, the Beachland Ballroom, the Winchester Music Hall, the Columbus Commons, and Legend Valley.
Kurzenberger has established himself both as a solo artist, and as a veteran of fifteen Ohio-based bands. Originally hailing from Cleveland, Bill’s musical career started in Columbus in 1994 with the band Melting Pot. Since then, Bill has performed around Ohio and beyond with Station, Sugar Pill, Current, Wazzin’, the Ritchey Brothers Band, John Mullins Band, Grasshopper Pie, Stone Groove, Fuzz Logik, Cowboy Hillbilly Hippy Folk, and the aforementioned Bug Hounds, The Resonators, Skeleton Crew, Terrapin Moon, and KrisB’s Midnight Railroad. Bill has also been featured as a guest keyboardist with bands ranging from ekoostik Hookah to the Jim Miller Band, and as a studio session musician with internationally-recognized The Marshmallow Overcoat.
Kurzenberger has also performed at several music conferences and festivals, and has received national media recognition in music publications. In 2007, he was featured in the Artist Spotlight of Los Angeles-based No Cover Magazine. In September 2011, he was featured in the nationwide publication Relix Magazine as an artist “On the Rise”, and his original song “Venom Wine” appeared on the Relix compilation CD. Kurzenberger has also been featured on Billboard Magazine’s and Rolling Stone Magazine’s official websites.
Kurzenberger’s debut solo album “Suspending Disbelief” was released in 2005, followed by his sophomore album “Solitary Road” in 2010. Both are available on Apple iTunes, CDBaby, Amazon and Rhapsody. More information is available at Kurzenberger’s official website http://www.billsmusic.net .
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