Singer/songwriter Bill Driscoll grew up listening to the Clancy Brothers, but it was his discovery of Bob Dylan at age 14 that put everything into perspective. He combined his love for music, writing, and poetry to shape a career. Driscoll, who's from the Boston suburb of Holliston, MA, derived his own folk-rock sound. He plays gigs all over the state and in 2002, he released his debut album Guesses at Wisdom.
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