The twelve track continuous mix "Big Muscle Remixed" features some of the biggest names in dance including #1 artists Suzanne Palmer, Inaya Day, Pepper MaShay, Thea Austin and Abigail. The first single "Breakaway" featuring Inaya Day was snatched up within weeks by SONY/BMG, and eventually landed in the Top 10 of the Billboard Dance charts. Bill then proved he was not a one hit wonder with a string of anthems that soon followed ("Fame," "Manhunt" and "Forever Young"), all reaching numerous world Top 10 charts as well. Bill has defined himself not only as a popular muscle DJ, but a writer and producer as well. His own collection of exclusive remixes appear alongside those of the talented remixers Edson Pride, Twisted Dee, Klubjumpers and Bryan Reyes.
About the Artist
Bill Bennett started his music career in the early 80's mixing music for his aerobics classes. It was the collective spirit of music and movement that served as the catalyst for his transition to the DJ booth, where he continues to use the power of music to help strip away the self-doubt that keeps us from being our fearless selves. Bill's first nightclub residency was in Detroit at COBALT, where on a typical Saturday night he would have the line to get in wrapped around the corner. Following his initial success in Detroit, offers for residencies at prestigious nightclubs around the country began to come in including SPLASH in New York and RICH's in San Diego.
Bill eventually partnered with the popular social networking website BigMuscle to present his second national club tour. Along with the tour came his debut album "Big Muscle Of The Rhythm," an unmixed promotional album that quickly established Bill as one of the country's top club and commercial DJs. Between his busy DJ schedule, Bill had also been studying music and refining his production skills in Seattle with Roger Fisher - one of the original guitarists from the 80's rock band Heart. Their collaboration served as inspiration for the unique sound they developed called "Circuit Rock." Bill's shift to production has lead him to a second album and partnership with producer Pete Masitti, who has worked with Shakira, The Backstreet Boys, Van Halen and Hootie & the Blowfish.