Bill Morrissey FAQ
(Frequently Asked Questions)


Q. Why hasn't Bill played [my town]/[my state]/[my country] recently? When will he next be here?
A. Bill's schedule is available at the web site. I have nothing to do with bookings, but generally concerts are scheduled when a venue or promoter works out a deal with a performer's booking agent (and when it fits with the performer's touring plans). Your best bet is probably to talk with receptive venues in your area. If you are interested in booking a concert, you can contact Bill's booking agency, Concerted Efforts.


Q. How can I obtain Bill Morrissey's albums?
A. Bill's catalogue is on Rounder Records and can be ordered from them (1-800-44-DISCS or 1-800-443-4727). Many record stores carry the albums, usually in the "folk" section.
Q. Where can I obtain the original recording of Bill's first album?
A. The album, re-recorded for CD in 1991, is available from Rounder Records and at many record stores. The original vinyl album is long out of print. For finding out-of-print albums, possibilities include used record stores (a few in the U.S. still stock vinyl), rare record dealers, and Goldmine magazine (

Book (Edson)

Q. Where can I buy Edson?
A. Edson is stocked at many bookstores in North America. Other sources include on-line bookstores such as

Writing to Bill Morrissey

Q. How can I write to Bill?
A. In care of Concerted Efforts (P.O. Box 600099, Newtonville, MA 02460) or Sage Productions.

Web Site

Q. What is the URL for the web site?

Internet Discussion Group (Birches)

Please see The Bill Morrissey Discussion Group page.

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