Bill Church

Bill Church
Associated acts Van Morrison, Montrose, Sammy Hagar, Sawbuck


William “Costs” Chapel (given birth to 9 Dec 1946) began playing bass inside a music group called Sawbuck in 1969, with Mojo Collins, Starr Donaldson, Ronnie Montrose and Chuck Ruff. As the music group was starting to record their 1st recording, Montrose and Chapel remaining Sawbuck to become listed on Vehicle Morrison on his Tupelo Honey recording. When Montrose rejoined Ruff to record Edgar Winter season Group’s smash They Just Come Out during the night, Church continued to be with Morrison and made an appearance around the Saint Dominic’s Preview LP. When Montrose remaining Winter to create his personal hard rock clothing, Montrose, Chapel was recruited along with vocalist Sammy Hagar and drummer Denny Carmassi. Chapel was changed on the next Montrose recording Paper Cash by Alan Fitzgerald. After Hagar still left Montrose to start out his solo career, Chapel rejoined the singer for eight studio albums from 9 on a 10 Level (1976) to VOA (1984) until Hagar still left to front Vehicle Halen. Nicknamed “Electric Church,” he offers occasionally regrouped with Hagar over time to record about many of the latter’s single albums. Chapel, along with Ronnie Montrose and Denny Carmassi experienced a “Montrose reunion” on Hagar’s Marching To Mars Compact disc (1997) around the track “Leaving THE HEAT from the Womb.”


Sawbuck - Sawbuck (1971) Vehicle Morrison - Tupelo Honey (1971) Truck Morrison - Saint Dominic's Preview (1972) Montrose - Montrose (1973) Sammy Hagar - 9 on a 10 Range (1976) Sammy Hagar - Sammy Hagar (the "Crimson" record) (1977) Sammy Hagar - Music Chair (1977) Sammy Hagar - FOREVER Long (Live) (1978) Sammy Hagar - Road Machine (1979) Sammy Hagar - Risk Area (1979) Sammy Hagar - Position Hampton (1981) Sammy Hagar - 3 Lock Container (1982) Sammy Hagar - Live 1980 (1983) Sammy Hagar - VOA (1984) Sammy Hagar - Marching to Mars (1997) Truck Morrison - The Philosopher's Rock (1998) 2 previously unreleased music recorded in 1971 "Normal People" and "Wonderful Remark" the DHC music group- the DHC music group (2011)


Bill Chapel’s boy, Trevor, plays acoustic guitar in the rock-band An Angle aswell as the music group, Medicated Goo located in Fresno California. The music group Medicated Goo is definitely led by Lead Vocalist Guitarist JT Galba. The band's name was transformed soon after Trevor became a member of to Period Capsule and continues to be energetic and playing displays across the Fresno and encircling area. Bill happens to be in [the DHC music group] (Davis,Hodge,Chapel) with Tom Davis and Perry HodgeBy June 2016 Trevor Chapel is business lead guitarist and vocalist of BeastMaker. Authorized to go up Above Information, they possess toured European countries and the united kingdom in Apr and portion of May 2016 is also a tour of the united states approaching starting June 11, 2016 :