William Fitzsimmons

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Born the youngest child of two blind parents, William Fitzsimmons was raised in the outskirts of the steel city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Reared more on sound than sight, Fitzsimmons was immersed in a musically saturated home teeming with a myriad of instruments, classical and folk records, talking parrots, and a pipe organ his father constructed with his own hands. His influences include the folk icons of Nick Drake, Simon & Garfunkel, and James Taylor, the melodic sounds of the Beatles and Brian Wilson, and the contemporary eclecticism of Ben Gibbard and Imogen Heap. He is most often compared to Sufjan Stevens and Iron & Wine, with touches of the Postal Service.
If you like Folk music or alternative rock, you'll definitely like him.
He has three albums:
--Until when we are ghost in 2005
--Good night in 2007
--The Sparrow and the crow in 2008

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