There was a new album, Come Running, and a golden opportunity to promote the CD and get reacquainted. He'd hitchhike to Concord, the next town over, to a record shop that had a old-time listening booth.
A friend and he would hitchhike into Boston to the Jazz Workshop on Sundays when they allowed minors to attend.
After high school, Bill attended Plymouth State College in New Hampshire to study Visual Arts and English.
He hadn't yet developed as a musician, so he relied on an improv comedic patter between songs. What was frustrating was hearing the barroom folkies, human jukeboxes, who would just do covers and sound like Paul Simon on one song and Neil Young on the next.
He began playing the Sunday open mic at the venerated Newmarket, NH live music venue, The Stone Church on a regular basis. He began dating Annie Williams, a freshman at the University of New Hampshire who attended the open mic. After performing throughout New England in the 1970's, Bill signed with Rounder Records and released his self-titled debut album in 1984. Following the aforementioned Inside (1992), he teamed with Greg Brown in 1993, for an album of covers, Friend of Mine. Warren gruffly dismisses her, declining the wine and insists that they use oak, for it's more practical long-lasting heat. It was probably only a matter of time, fiction writing being so much a part of Bill's nature.
One impediment to Bill's lack of production might have been the passing of close friend, fiddler Johnny Cunningham, who died of a heart attack in December of 2003. I got to see Johnny perform at New Bedford (MA) Summerfest many times and his bigger-than-life personality and exuberant humor were a joy to behold, in addition to his being a fiddler of Olympian stature. I don't know when because there isn't that much I can do with something that was only in one episode but I might just have a small update in the future.
While I was intrigued, the unflinching look at life's bleaker moments was something I didn't want to focus on then.


Kelly Flint, vocalist for the on-hiatus band Dave's True Story, has embarked on a solo career and is touring often with Bill. Beyond the customary guitar and vocal, the songs also use horns and bear witness to Bill's lifelong fascination with jazz, blues and even funk. They'd come home with records by Dave Van Ronk, Eric Andersen, Tim Hardin, and of course, Bob Dylan. He didn't have money to actually buy an album, so he'd listen to a song for about 20 minutes to get the chords. They'd get there two hours early and nurse a coke at the front table until the show started.
He asked [slurring] 'Could I play your guitar?' I explained that it was my tool, how I made my living.
Around age 25, Bill decided to join a bass player in going up to Alaska to work the fishing boats for a much-needed cash infusion.
She was the daughter of a professor at the University, Thomas Williams, a novelist and 1975 National Book award winner. Johnny's fiddle provided harmony on more of Bill's songs than anyone else throughout his entire career. Any collector of quality contemporary folk music who doesn't own every Bill Morrisey album has some holes to fill. Today, July 31, as I update this page, the sadness continues its course through me as I listen to his songs on John Platta€™s Sunday morning show on WFUV. The audience would shut up and listen to the introduction, but as soon as I started to sing, they went back to their conversations. There is a cadence in a well-written line.A  Three different words might work in one place in a sentence, but only one will scan correctly. It's as if God gave him x-ray vision for the human spirit -- all its hidden motives and knee -jerk responses. During the first day out at sea, Bill realized, at 135 lbs, he really wasn't strong enough for the type of hard labor involved in pulling in the full nets.
The characteristic display of brilliant writing was there from the beginning, especially in the album's first two tracks.


At some point, he will be revered as much as, and regarded as highly as someone like Dave Van Ronk. John replayed parts of his interview with Bill and the loss of the many songs he was about to record is joined by the sense of absence of Bill himself. Bill would trace the music back, from Dylan, to Ramblin' Jack Elliot, to Woody Guthrie.A  When he discovered the music of Mississippi John Hurt, it became the foundation for his own guitar style. All creations copyright of the creators.Minecraft is copyright Mojang AB and is not affiliated with this site.
He had built his own cabin upstate in the White Mountains and would invite Bill to spend weekends hunting and fishing. He was simply a wonderful human being, his cracked voice imparting voluminous stories and memories. He wrote it over 18 months, mostly on the road, in motel rooms and in the back of the bus. He wrote it over 18 months, mostlyA  on the road, in motel rooms and in the back of the bus. He played it a while and handed it back and slurred a 'thank you.' I wouldn't want to do it again, but it was a great training ground. Bill would soak up the conversation as Williams and writers like John Irving would discuss hunting grouse and what fly to use at what location on a stream one minute, then the work of Raymond Carver the next. Today it sounds like a who's who: Patty Larkin, Cheryl Wheeler, Greg Brown, and Nanci Griffith. There were guys who had gotten out of the mill at 3 o'clock and had been drinking since then.
A young Stephen King asked if he could come and meet him just after selling his first novel, Carrie, Bill remembers Stephen driving up in a beat-up pink Cadillac.



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