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Bill Fox is an American singer/songwriter hailing from Cleveland, OH. Originally the frontman of the Cleveland 80's alternative/"power pop" band The Mice, Fox turned to folk songwriting near the end of the 1980s, with great inspiration coming from Bob Dylan. His two records, out on spinART in 1997 and 1998, are lo-fi, 4-track recordings. After living in anonymity for almost a decade, Fox began playing live shows once again in his hometown of Cleveland in early 2009. Despite… read more

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  • Much more than just Dylan's influence!
  • Just coming on here to say the same roblivian! Really exciting stuff.
  • and just a heads-up that his new record is available: http://www.jarnote.com/. i love the Mice/solo records, so it was exciting to see my copy in the mailbox today :)
  • A lot of these songs translate in an utterly perfect manner. I love it.
  • if the human heart could sing and play guitar, it'd sound like Bill Fox
  • BILL!
  • He's amazing!
  • I'm very pleased to bring Bill Fox to Chicago to play. Details below. Also note that Scat Records is reissuing Shelter From the Smoke on CD and 2XLP in November. Advanced copies of the CD reissue will be available at the show. 10/29/09 Quenchers Saloon Fullerton and Western Will Phalen, 9pm Bill Fox, 10pm Kaspar Hauser, 11pm (we'll play some acoustic songs and full-on electric songs) 9pm 21+ $5 suggested donation
  • last.fm/music/jive+white+boy "The mind heavy with the times has not been articulated this well in a while. Knives, in many ways, is a record of the same caliber as Counting Crow's "August & Everything After" and Bill Fox's "Shetler From the Smoke". Translation, an important record. Its always a promising sign when an artist leaves a profound impression on us with a minimal amount of elements."

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