New Album, "Bits and Pieces" Released !

We previously released an EP and a LP Cd with a  Nashville producer, we are proud of the works they represent. Yet, with every new song we have written and released our sound and style has grown and matured. 

Our latest Cd, "Bits and Pieces" was released March 21st, 2020. We have written and produced every song on the Cd. We used top notch Nashville country music veterans and the cream of the crop of the musicians that live and perform here on the Redneck Riviera. We are proud of every audio track that has been laid down. Not only does the CD represent Bits and Pieces of our past and day to day lives, it also contains Bits and Pieces of our heart and soul.   

We hope that will embrace and support our new Album and that you will " Embrace Your Geezerdom" . 

Regards 

William Lake 

The W in W.B. and The Geezers

3 comments

  • BeachSloth
    BeachSloth Entropy Magazine.
    Beachsloth an amazing experience with an exceptional artist! 5 Stars https://entropymag.org/w-b-and-the-geezers-bits-and-pieces/

    Beachsloth

    an amazing experience with an exceptional artist! 5 Stars https://entropymag.org/w-b-and-the-geezers-bits-and-pieces/

  • Benjamin T. Steed
    Benjamin T. Steed UK
    W.B. and The Geezers' second full-length album 'Bits and Pieces' is a record packed with honest and unflinching tunes true to the Country and Americana genres. After seven years of hard work, the band's namesakes, Captain Will and Captain Bill, have successfully compiled a collection of dynamic and diverse songs that are undeniably human in delivery. The songs are fun and quirky and full of heart. With the album being wholly laced in the relaxing, warm and patriotic tones of the genre, 'Bits and Pieces' manages to capture a very special uniqueness about it, with tunes that range from homely pride such as in 'Spirit of the Rockies', all the way to fun tales of characters such as 'Barney Fife of the TSA'. The album oozes self-awareness as well as a devotion to the spirit of the genre and the land it came from, and is unafraid to venture through lyrical adventures into the realms of comedic storytelling, as well as fully embracing the experiences of getting older and everything that entails. As Captain Will has said, the W.B and The Geezers encourage others to 'Embrace Your Geezerdom' as they pull the listener into a world of their own unique design. Not only are the tunes on this album cleverly written, but their performance demonstrates great technical ability and musical experience from the Geezers. The repertoire involves a nice range of instruments, all of which are played masterfully and tastefully. An example of this can be heard in the cynical 'Road To Nowhere', which uses conventional banjo, acoustic guitar and mandolin runs coupled with soothing, classic country fiddle and topped off with lovely harmonious vocals from the two main culprits in question, often accompanied with welcome additional female backup contributions. The sequencing of the album is excellent; it carries a very natural progression through its own greater narrative as an album, flowing dynamically through different moods and paces. It introduces itself with the whimsical and energetic 'Dixie' - which establishes itself very well as the foundation for what it's going to say during this listening experience - and works through many unique stories until concluding with the austere and mournful 'Father Time'. Overall, the sheer range of emotion and style covered during the album's time is enough to testify to the skill of W.B. and The Geezers. 'Bits and Pieces' demonstrates a lifetime of experience and expertise in music from the band, and it perfectly and fearlessly embraces its own unique combination of silliness and seriousness, culminating in a very special listening experience indeed. These clearly are guys who love what they do and have absolutely no intention of stopping, and with their impressive repertoire and their ever-growing international fan-base following closely, they are sure to continue to influence the scene in their own unique way.

    W.B. and The Geezers' second full-length album 'Bits and Pieces' is a record packed with
    honest and unflinching tunes true to the Country and Americana genres. After seven years
    of hard work, the band's namesakes, Captain Will and Captain Bill, have successfully
    compiled a collection of dynamic and diverse songs that are undeniably human in delivery.
    The songs are fun and quirky and full of heart. With the album being wholly laced in the
    relaxing, warm and patriotic tones of the genre, 'Bits and Pieces' manages to capture a very
    special uniqueness about it, with tunes that range from homely pride such as in 'Spirit of the
    Rockies', all the way to fun tales of characters such as 'Barney Fife of the TSA'. The album
    oozes self-awareness as well as a devotion to the spirit of the genre and the land it came
    from, and is unafraid to venture through lyrical adventures into the realms of comedic
    storytelling, as well as fully embracing the experiences of getting older and everything that
    entails. As Captain Will has said, the W.B and The Geezers encourage others to 'Embrace
    Your Geezerdom' as they pull the listener into a world of their own unique design.

    Not only are the tunes on this album cleverly written, but their performance demonstrates
    great technical ability and musical experience from the Geezers. The repertoire involves a
    nice range of instruments, all of which are played masterfully and tastefully. An example of
    this can be heard in the cynical 'Road To Nowhere', which uses conventional banjo, acoustic
    guitar and mandolin runs coupled with soothing, classic country fiddle and topped off with
    lovely harmonious vocals from the two main culprits in question, often accompanied with
    welcome additional female backup contributions. The sequencing of the album is excellent;
    it carries a very natural progression through its own greater narrative as an album, flowing
    dynamically through different moods and paces. It introduces itself with the whimsical and
    energetic 'Dixie' - which establishes itself very well as the foundation for what it's going to
    say during this listening experience - and works through many unique stories until
    concluding with the austere and mournful 'Father Time'. Overall, the sheer range of emotion
    and style covered during the album's time is enough to testify to the skill of W.B. and The
    Geezers.

    'Bits and Pieces' demonstrates a lifetime of experience and expertise in music from the
    band, and it perfectly and fearlessly embraces its own unique combination of silliness and
    seriousness, culminating in a very special listening experience indeed. These clearly are
    guys who love what they do and have absolutely no intention of stopping, and with their
    impressive repertoire and their ever-growing international fan-base following closely, they
    are sure to continue to influence the scene in their own unique way.

  • Jacob Aiden
    Jacob Aiden Jamsphere Magazine
    All-round, “Bits and Pieces” is an honest and introspective set of songs that establishes W.B. and The Geezers as artists who aren’t afraid to evaluate who we are, and how and why we are, what we are.

    All-round, “Bits and Pieces” is an honest and introspective set of songs that establishes W.B. and The Geezers as artists who aren’t afraid to evaluate who we are, and how and why we are, what we are.

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