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Pre Emmy & Red Carpet Party Celebrating Bill Zucker On Hit Tv Show Beverly Hills Pawn
CELEBRATING AND VIEWING BILL ZUCKER ON HIT TV SHOW Beverly Hills Pawn.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20TH 2014
SADDLE RANCH ON THE SUNSET STRIP
8371 SUNSET BLVD.
WEST HOLLYWOOD,CA 90069
RED CARPET 7:30 PM-8:30 PM SHARP!!!
EPISODE AIRS ON TV AT 9:00 PM on both coasts on ReelzChannel.........and Again at 12:00 AM and 1:30 AM
DRESS TO IMPRESS
LA Production co. will be filming for new show Bill Zucker "Taking Hollywood"
Dont miss it...meet the cast of Beverly Hills Pawn and maybe Hollywood Hillbillies and Mansion Hunters.
Many celebrities expected!
Press check in 7:00 pm
Talent and press contact email@example.com
Bill Zucker was born in Springfield in Massachusetts and aged nine began performing piano recitals in public. At eleven, he formed a garage band “The Divided Line,” using his very first drum kit. After High School Bill auditioned and was accepted into the prestigious Berklee College of music in Boston, MA. From there he went to live in Seattle WA for three years, to attend Western Washington College in Bellingham.
After graduation he moved Hollywood California where he teamed up with a young songwriter called Ron Fair, and together the pair wrote a multitude of songs that were published by Paramount Music.
Bill relished the vast opportunities Hollywood gave him as a musician and formed his first professional touring band “Cruise Control,” that later evolved into “The Bill Zucker Band (BZB)” there.
“BZB” featured Bill’s lead vocals and leveraged his multi-instrumental ability to play the guitar, drum, harmonica, fiddle and keyboard/synthesizer.
He had now become an exceptionally gifted musician with an impressive catalogue of over 300 original songs.
By 2009 Bill had heavily invested in real estate and the stock market but saw that wiped out in the financial crash overnight. This prompted him to write “The Tarp Song” that became a powerful political parody and catapulted him into the national and global media spotlight. He literally become a household name overnight. Bill next wrote and produced “The Twitter Song” that parodied Twitter, Facebook and Myspace addiction and even Ashton Kutcher publicly loved and supported the catchy tune.
In 2010 Bill teamed up with Kelsey Grammer for a television show called “The Kelsey Grammer and Bill Zucker Comedy Hour” that featured skits and rude jokes. In 2011 he took some time out from his busy schedule, and went into the studio to record some fresh new material for a forthcoming album..
The result were the songs “The Answer,” “Summer Girl,”” Friends,” and “Shannon,”
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