Tyscot Records Publicist
Bill is a graduate of The American University in Washington, D.C.
After internships at The Smithsonian Institution and the Vietnam
Veterans of America, he launched his career as a freelance journalist
for People Magazine, The Washington Post, Living Blues and a wide
range of music-oriented magazines.
Bill worked in politics as a media consultant for Bill Clinton's first
Presidential campaign and Coretta Scott King's 30th Anniversary March
on Washington. He then handled PR for R&B acts such as Aaliyah and
Phyllis Hyman before Sparrow Records' President, Bill Hearn, recruited
him to handle publicity for black gospel acts on Sparrow (and later
for EMI Gospel) for seven years. Over the years, Bill has handled
media campaigns for gospel personalities ranging from veteran artists
such as Bishop T.D. Jakes and CeCe Winans to newcomers such as Bri
(Briana Babineaux) and Casey J. Since 2015, Bill has been Tyscot's