From playing guitar in the Los Angeles based all-star band, Camp Freddy, through joining rock band The Cult on their 2001 reunion, to writing and recording with his own bands Stimulator (signed to Geffen Records in 1995), Doheny, Circus Diablo (signed to Koch Records, 2007), releasing his own solo material, and now currently playing guitar for Billy Idol, Billy Morrison makes music at all levels.
With Camp Freddy, he has shared stages with some of the worldʼs greatest musicians from Ozzy Osbourne, Steven Tyler, Slash, and Robbie Williams to Lou Reed, Ronnie Wood, Jerry Cantrell and many more. And the 2010 Billy Idol World Tour solidified Morrison as a powerful and creative rhythm guitar player.
Billy is one of the founding members of celebrity supergroup, Camp Freddy, along with Dave Navarro, Matt Sorum, Chris Chaney and Donovan Leitch. The band attracts guest performances from all areas of music. Camp Freddy plays high profile corporate events across the nation, have raised money for various charities and often play low-key club shows for fun and for free. They have appeared on many US television shows including Craig Kilborn, Jimmy Kimmel, Jay Leno, Sharon Osbourne and Carson Daly.
Bill on TWO JACKS:
“Working on some of the music for Two Jacks was a great experience for me. The film has a cool mood and vibe and the challenge was to compliment that. I enjoyed the process and came up with some interesting sounds and textures for the pieces I wrote. I also brought Steve Stevens in to write and play on one of the tracks. Any chance I get to work with Steve is a pleasure, and he added his own flavor to the mix. The process was totally different to the rock and roll world I’m used to…. and something that I’d like to do more of – I’d like to thank Bernard and all the TWO JACKS team for having me be a part of the movie.”