Bill Abernathy, the resident of Kansas City, Missouri has revealed his thoughts on joining the world of music after utilizing the second chance given to him by life. The music artist left songwriting and playing songs in his early teens for getting married, building a business career and raising his children. Now, after the settlement of their children in their career, Bill Abernathy has again chosen the same path by playing guitar to rekindle his love for the music.
In his second innings, Bill Abernathy released the album “Find A Way” in the year 2017 and it reached #5 on the Roots Music Report Traditional Folk Album Chart. And the single, “Goodbye Will Never Come Again” settled at #1 on the singles chart. His latest album, “Crossing Willow Creek” is now available for listeners and all of its songs are doing exceptionally well. It’s first single, “Cry Wolf” is trending on the radio airwaves around the globe. It reached the iTunes Top 100 Rock Songs chart and also hit the Top 5 on New Music Weekly’s country chart. Due to his excellent songwriting, Bill was also selected as a December 2018 Billboard Magazine Emerging Artist.
Passionate about playing folk music and other styles of music, Bill Abernathy considers his father as his inspiration for teaching him the value of hard work in times of struggles. The music artist said that he loves to play at shows which benefit folks and programs that really need solid support from somewhere. And Bill Abernathy has expressed his desire to work with Dan Fogelberg on a song or a project.