Bill Meredith

Utah 2007

Works

Mark Telesca story - June 29 issue of Florida Weekly
The blues is a genre that Boynton Beach, FL-based singer, bassist and guitarist Mark Telesca has performed in for decades, but also one that will take on new meaning on his forthcoming next CD, 'New Life.' Telesca's life in 2017 has been a series of ups and downs dictated by a diagnosis of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.

Ann Wilson story - June issue of Palm Beach Arts Paper
Heart lead vocalist Ann Wilson's soaring voice helped to define 1970s rock. But in the 21st Century, her current solo tour is not by choice. Recent South Florida shows by Wilson are the result of a domestic dispute that arose last year between her husband, Dean Wetter, and the twin teenage sons of Ann's sister, Heart singer/guitarist Nancy Wilson.

Ben Harper concert review - May issue of Palm Beach Arts Paper
Native Californian Ben Harper and his reunited Innocent Criminals band performed a funky set of protest songs at the annual SunFest in West Palm Beach, FL on May 4, including originals from Harper's latest release, [I]Call It What It Is[I], and a cover of "Them Changes," immortalized when drummer Buddy Miles sang it on Jimi Hendrix's 1970 album [I]Band of Gypsys[I].

Selected Works

Story
Bassist, vocalist and guitarist Mark Telesca was one of the hardest-working men in show business in South Florida -- until a diagnosis of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in early 2017 landed him in virtual quarantine at home while undergoing chemotherapy.
Sixty-six-year-old vocalist Ann Wilson's voice has aged well, and is still capable of rattling rafters, as she proved during South Florida shows in June by performing material ranging from her band Heart's catalog to covers by the likes of The Who.
Ben Harper may be 47 years old now, but his music once again proved timeless at the annual SunFest in West Palm Beach, FL in early May, where he channeled both his primary singer/songwriter influence (Bob Marley) and guitar hero (Jimi Hendrix).