Atlanta entertainment and live music audiences have known William Kitchens, singer, musician and songwriter for over 30 years. From night clubs, restaurants and private parties to wedding receptions, corporate events and concert stages his music has been heard by thousands of appreciative listeners.
In the early 70’s he spent his teen years as a featured musical guest on WXIA’s Teen Canteen television show and has performed in 100’s of various venues showcasing Atlanta singer songwriter talent. By the time he graduated high school he was a seasoned single acoustic guitar act and performing with his band in the Atlanta music scene and throughout the southeast.
During the four decades of a tremendously successful career, William’s music has taken him from Atlanta and Georgia night clubs all the way to the Nashville Billboard Country Music Charts. The Daron Norwood hit single, “Bad, Dog, No Biscuit” he co-wrote was featured on the popular CBS television drama “NCIS”.
Although his national success has for the time come from Nashville with placements in such prestigious publishing houses such as Universal Music, William’s current catalog returns him to his rock and pop music roots and has found placements in major film, television and advertising music libraries.
In addition to his live music performances and songwriting ventures, William also offers superior DJ entertainment services through his Atlanta Pro DJ company. His impressive client list has included, Disney, ABC Television, NASCAR, (Bobby LeBonte, JJ Yeley, Michael Waltrip), Sally Ride, K.D. Lang, Harley Davidson and 100’s of other discerning businesses and customers.
With the demand for great music in both the Atlanta entertainment community, the Nashville recording business and the Hollywood film and tv industry, William Kitchens continues to earn his living doing what he does best… making music.