Bill Dollar

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Introduction Bill Dollar has been writing songs for twenty years with some success, but only got serious about it four years ago, when he got tired of turning the radio off. He now writes songs for himself and like-minded people who survived the 60s, 70s and ignored the 80s and 90s altogether, musically. He currently lives on a farm in the southern hemisphere, well away from ICBM flight paths and hijacked 747s. His daily companions are dogs, cats, oversexed ducks, geese, kamikaze chickens and a few of the biggest cobras ever seen by man. He recommends his website at:
Interests Hot rods, chopper motorcycles, sniper rifles, combat blades, tax-mex cooking, songwriting, pantheism, regional dialects, astral plane travel, psychology of motivation, bare bones travel, french movies, meaning of dreams, etymology, historical ruins(except Joan Collins), jungle survival, urban survival, French provencal cooking, venality of politicians, unconventional wisdom, ancient civilisations, learning a language through music
Favorite Movies Alien, Blade Runner, Bullitt, Casablanca, Chinatown, Close Encounters, Dances with Wolves, Deliverance, Dirty Harry, East of Eden, Enemy at the Gate, Electraglide in Blue, E.T., Gladiator, Hard Day's Night, Jaws, Jean de Florette, Lord of the Rings, Manchurian Candidate (1963), Outlaw Josey Wales, Point Blank, Rollerball(original), Star Wars, Wizard of Oz, Young Frankenstein.
Favorite Books Any Quiller book by Adam Hall (I have them all)

Come up with some possible band names for your group that features a washboard and a styrofoam tuba.

The Brassy Scrubbers