Music of the 60's Mini - Concert


Wednesday, April 14, 2021 - 4:00pm



Music of the 60's Mini - Concert

Time: Apr 14, 2021 04:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)


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Non-Event “I Love the 60”s”

Zoom Concert – Join us for a short, but fun concert!

Featuring Bill Gammill, a friend of Mike’s, playing and singing Songs of the 60”s

Bill Gammill


Bill Gammill hails from Ft. Worth. He earned a music degree at Texas Tech in Lubbock, and has served as music minister in Lubbock, Brownwood, McKinney, Murphy and Justin.

Bill has also been a recording studio musician, concert artist and music evangelist since 1970. With his best friend from college, Russ Murphy, Bill traveled the country during the 1980s as part of the duo “Gammill and Murphy.” They also took part in mission trips to Bolivia, Italy, Germany and Kenya.

Bill and wife, Pam moved back to McKinney, TX in July 2014 after spending 6 years living and working at Aviano Air Base in Aviano, Italy, near Venice. Pam taught 5th grade at the base school. Bill led worship for the Contemporary Service at the base chapel and did sub work in the elementary school.

Bill has been singing and playing keyboard with the Singing Men of Texas-N. Central since 1996 and is a past president of the choir. He has been on mission with them to Ukraine five times since October 2010 and has only missed one mission trip since 1997.

Bill has a daughter, Erin, who lives in Allen, TX with her husband and three small children. Bill loves being a grandparent and baby sits often.


He is in constant demand for concerts, banquets and senior adult events.

Bill loves to sing and plays piano, guitar, bass and banjo. He feels music is a way to encourage others with the message of God’s love.

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