Will Bell grew up in Tulsa , Oklahoma, and was influenced at a young age by the "Tulsa sound". He began playing professionally at age seventeen, in the Tulsa music scene. Will and his band “Nuthin Fancy” played at the historic Cain's Ballroom, as well as other hot spots in Tulsa throughout the eighties. Will then decided to take his music to a wider audience first in the Southwest , and then to the Northwest area of the U.S.. Will played in the vibrant Santa Fe, NM. Music scene with bands such as The Range Buster’s, Jon Asher and the Emergency Blues Band, and Big Step. One of Will's idols , Dan Fogelberg, became a friend of Will's music, and would sit in with the band in Santa Fe, when he was not traveling the world. Will then moved to the Northwest, and began performing as a solo acoustic act, playing at "Alive After Five" in Downtown Boise, ID. , also weekly at Divine Wine in Hailey, Id., and had his song acquired and played by the City of Boise, Id. for their public relations campaign. Will was invited to play his southern style music in Italy. Will's music was received well in Europe, and also received radio airplay throughout the region . Will, has also has shared the stage with major acts, such as Bruce Willis and the Accelerators, Eddie Money, CoCo Montoya, Kentucky Headhunters, J.J. Grey , and Tony Furtado to name a few. In 2008 Will released the album "Once In A Blue Moon" that received international radio airplay, and was accepted well in Europe.