I Walked In, I Saw Me is what legendary Zep vocalist Robert Plant said of Billy when he attended their show in London.
With a noticeable resemblance to Plant and with a voice to match, Billy was invited to perform at The Official Launch Party for the Led Zeppelin Mothership album.

From Liverpool Billy had much success with his own band in the 80's.

Touring with artist such as Ozzy Osbourne, Roger Daltrey and Uriah Heep to name but a few.
It was actually Ozzy Osbourne who recommended that Billy take up singing professionally when he heard him at sound -check one day.

Billy also sang with legendary producer and songwriter Guy Chambers, also with Black Crowes/Oasis guitarist Paul Stacey on the 50th anniversary of Led Zeppelins first ever London show to an invitation only performance in Hammersmith.

After an international search Billy was invited to sing with the entire 72 piece Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra to 7000 avid fans at the Waitikare Stadium in New Zealand, as they performed orchestrated versions of Zeppelin classics.

Billy also worked on recording projects with musicians including Don Airey (Deep Purple), Neil Murray (Whitesnake), Scott Gorham (Thin Lizzy) and Dennis Stratton (Iron Maiden).

Billy is also an author, writing books recording the rise of Letz Zep from the small pub gigs around London to performing on the biggest stages in the world.