"Sound Experiment" is the debut release by Bill Cave/SymplyBill. It's being compared to several legends. The album has 13 original tracks with some likened to a modern Cash, some Gordon Lightfoot meets Jim Croce, some James Taylor, others Townes Van Zandt meets John Prine, but all are SymplyBill. For an epic & original Indie musical journey...experience "Sound Experiment." SymplyBill has created an album that borrows from Folk, Country, & Blue Grass, but yet stands in a class all of it's own. If you can imagine a sound that makes driving your car fun...that's SymplyBill. When you hear it in full surround, then you'll understand. Mainly a singer/songwriter/guitarist debut, "Sound Experiment" has some powerful female vocal work (Ashley Jo Farmer and Caroline Pond), solid lead & melodic backup (Rutledge Leland, Louis Eliot & Tag Garmon), and great overall rhythmic guitar for an album that is best summed up as "Epic." Bill Cave borrows from a life experience that would make a great book but ended up in song. To find his way, he hit the road at 23 and has never looked back. Like "Into the Wild," but with an alternate ending, so is the life of SymplyBill. Storytelling is a passion, and it is a talent SymplyBill possesses. In one song you might find yourself somewhere in Texas burning up the highway, just a doin it to it, yet in another you'll be floating through the snowy trees chasing a snow princess in upstate Vermont, and then you might be in the mountains of North Carolina standing in the rain crying out to your best friend. Most find at least one song, if not all, just hits home. Do you want music that moves heart and soul? It has to be written with heart experience..."Sound Experiment."