The pianist jams!
William was the winner of the Piano Jam of the Year competition, and he is no stranger to the stage.
He has been performing his piano music in the film adaptation of his novel, The Piazza of Love, and recently appeared on stage as the opening night performer for the Tony Awards.
And now he has a new project to entertain his fans.
William has announced the release of his first solo album, Piano Jam, which will be released on April 4.
The album will be out on a 10-track CD, and the album art will be designed by acclaimed graphic artist Alexandre Moutouzenkine.
The album is the culmination of years of collaboration between the musician and his collaborator, painter Jamal.
“My goal with this album was to make it a musical project,” he said.
“I wanted to put out something that’s really unique and fun.
I wanted to make something that would surprise and amaze.
This is a very, very personal project, and it was a very deliberate decision.”
“The Piazzas of Love” will be based on the novel by Alexandre, which was published in 2013.
It is the story of a young pianist who is cast in a world full of darkness, loneliness and murder.
It tells the story about the love and longing of a man who finds himself in the midst of a brutal murder.
“Pianist jams are very, incredibly emotional,” said Mouton, who is also the founder of the Moutonian music collective.
“When we first started working on this project, I wanted it to be something different.
It was something different because I wanted a different sound.
I hope that this album will help us to live out the song and its meaning.” “
This album is a celebration of the human spirit, and a celebration that we can celebrate our musical gifts together.
I hope that this album will help us to live out the song and its meaning.”
Mouton will also be touring the world performing his music.
In his spare time, the musician will be taking photos and posting them to Instagram and Twitter.
“We are all human beings, and all people are beautiful,” he told us.
“If we want to create something beautiful, we have to let others see us and love us and care about us.”
Read more about the pianists music at theguardian.com/music