Bill Meredith


"Bill Meredith is a drumming professional - that means he shows up on time; he's learned his parts, and he nails them live. That puts him in the top 1% of musicians I like to work with. Always willing to adapt, stretch, and be part of a team. After 15 years in the music business, I can still count those people on one hand." - Fran Snyder, independent recording artist, North American Collegiate Association (NACA) touring artist, founder of concertsinyourhome.com.

Events

12/​28 Fri. - Mathews Brewery, Lake Worth FL 8-11 pm w/​The Cravens

12/​31 Mon. - Rudy's, Lake Worth FL 8 pm-1 am w/​The Buddha Cats & The Cravens

1/​4 Fri. - Brewhouse Gallery, Lake Park FL ('Shades Off' Palm Beach County CD release party) 8-11 pm w/​Sub Groove

1/​5 Sat. - Shea's Pub, Port St. Lucie FL 9 pm-1 am w/​The Cravens

1/​11 Fri. - Crazy Horse, North Palm Beach FL 9 pm-1 am w/​The Cravens

1/​12 Sat. - Howlin' Owl, Lake Worth FL 8 pm-midnight w/​The Cravens

1/​17 Thurs. - Lifelong Learning Auditorium, Florida Atlantic University, Jupiter FL (Songs of Johnny Mercer) 7-10 pm w/​The Humdingers

1/​25 Fri. - Pirate's Cove, Stuart FL 8-11 pm w/​The Cravens

1/​26 Sat. - Palm Beach Harley Davidson, West Palm Beach FL noon-4 pm w/​The Cravens

1/​30 Wed. - Island Jack's, West Palm Beach FL 7-11 pm w/​The Cravens

Selected Works

Story
Boynton Beach, FL-based singer/songwriter Jerry Leeman presented a stellar reenactment of Martin Scorsese's documentary film on The Band, 'The Last Waltz,' on Nov. 21 at the Funky Biscuit in Boca Raton, FL.
From Elton John, Fleetwood Mac and Bob Dylan to Lauryn Hill, Black Violin and Maxwell, the 2018-2019 season in South Florida pop concerts offers contrasting nostalgia acts and those who primarily rose since the turn of the century.
The 2018-2019 season in South Florida jazz is a microcosm, and perhaps a signal that the genre is at least suffering a regional identity crisis. Veterans like pianist Chick Corea, banjoist Bela Fleck, guitarist John Scofield, vocalist Kurt Elling, and trumpeter Randy Brecker dot the late-season landscape.