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William Rottman is a Canadian born singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. His sound blends the energy of the late-60s with a contemporary rock edge. William's new 11-track disc entitled After So Long is finally here and his songs are ready to lick your eardrums and send shivers down your spine. William's vocal style has been compared to Adam Levine (Maroon 5), Pat Monahan (Train), Sting and James Taylor. William was exposed to music from a young age. He was a child prodigy and was featured in a local Canadian newspaper playing drums at the age of 7. At 12 he began teaching himself guitar and bass. As a guitarist and background vocalist for Maverick/Custard recording artist, Ben Jelen, William appeared on the "CBS Late, Late Show" and the NBC hit TV drama series "Las Vegas," amongst others. He has been the voice of Coke, Pantene, Verizon, and Campbell's Soup, and has sung alongside Lenny Kravitz. Most recently William toured the US with Australian platinum recording artist, Shannon Noll (Sony BMG).
Mary E. and Steve Champagne first met William at The Depot in Cold Spring NY, in 2008 and since then have remained connected through the music. William has performed in Michigan City Indiana for the "Strides" event where he generously donated his time and talent for a great cause.
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