Bill Hullett

Bill Hullett

“As Guitarists it seems like we constantly obsess about guitars, effects and amps, but seldom go beyond that.

Think about this! It doesn’t matter what guitar or amp or pedals you use, if the final link in the chain between your gear and the listener’s ear is your speaker, and it doesn’t capture and reproduce what you play into it! I found my speaker of choice (EMINENCE) in 1991 when I started using them in my Tweed Bassmans. The amps just came alive and developed a real personality. I love these speakers, and have used them ever since.

I encourage you to try Eminence as well. I challenge you to try and live without them once you’re hooked! Thank You Eminence for providing the cure for the missing link in tone!!!”

Bill Hullett has played professionally since 1972. After working in Country bars six nights a week for 6 years, he moved to Nashville in 1978 to pursue a career playing guitar on recording sessions.

Bill had the good fortune of meeting Pete Drake (Nashville pedal steel) who let him hang around his studio and watch A team sessions and learn from that. About two years into that Pete, as well as others started using Bill on sessions. He’s never looked back, and always thought that he was very blessed to have such an “easy introduction” into full-time session work. He has worked at sessions full-time in Nashville since 1980.

Some recording credits include: Alabama, B.J. Thomas, George Jones, Tammy Wynette, Merle Haggard, Vern Gosdin, Loretta Lynn, Marty Robbins, Ernest Tubb, Joe Diffie, Trisha Yearwood, Martina McBride, David Ball, Pam Tillis, Lee Roy Parnell, and Radney Foster just to name a few.

Staff Guitarist for TNN’s “Music City Tonight”

Movie soundtracks for Clint Eastwood’s “Honky Tonk Man” & Curt Russell and Goldie Hawn’s “Overboard”

TV Recording credits include: Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Aaron Neville, Chet Atkins, Glenn Campbell, Crystal Gayle, Sam Moore, Dolly Parton, & Reba McIntyre

Bill has owned a recording studio Nashville since 1988 (Bill Hullett Recording) and has used it as a project studio for Records, Artist Development, Publishing Demos, & Jingles. The studio has five Gold Records to its credit from a series of children’s records that Bill produced entitled “KIDZ BOP”.