Bill Ryder-Jones

Bill Ryder-Jones

Born in August 10, 1983, William Edward Ryder-Jones or simply Bill, came from West Kirby, Merseyside, England. Being a multi-instrumentalist composer and musician, Bill started out as a lead guitarist for The Coral for 12 years after which he decided to go solo. His musical influences were Johnny Greenwood, Ennio Morricone, and Nick Drake.

Bill Ryder-Jones composed music for the short film Leave Taking in 2009. His debut EP, “A Leave Taking Soundtrack” is a bulk collection for soundtracks for films like “It’s Natural to Be Afraid,” “Bed,” and “Piggy.” His full-length debut entitled “If….” was influenced from the “Winter’s Night a Traveler” novel by Italo Calvino.

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