Where are they now? - Billy Sherwood

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Billy Sherwood's official sites: Billy Sherwood Collection (through Cherry Red); Billy Sherwood solo releases through CDBabyBilly on Twitter; Billy on YouTube

Sherwood did the engineering for backing vocal sessions for the latest Yes album, Heaven & Earth, and he then mixed the album (see here) and 2 live DVDs (see here) for the band. Following Squire's death in 2015, Sherwood has now re-joined Yes. Yes news is on the main page. And following John Wetton's death, he has also joined Asia for forthcoming touring: see under Asia for details.

Billy Sherwood has a number of projects involving Tony Kaye, including a duo (live album recorded 2011 out Apr 2016) and CIRCA:, that are covered on their own page.

On 6 Jan 2016 on Facebook, Sherwood said, "Starting a new project on Thursday [7 Jan] that I wish I could speak publicly about. All I can say is WOW !!! Once I'm in a bit deeper in I shall ask the powers that be if I can go public".

Solo work
Sherwood is working on a new solo album. On 27 Sep 2016 on Facebook, he described working on a song entitled "Until Further Notice", also the working title for the album. Another song is "Talking with Siri".

He played four solo shows on 5-6 Nov 2016 at The Iridium club in New York, NY, at the suggestion of the venue. He is joined by drummer Jay Schellen (working with Yes, ex-CIRCA:), guitarist John Thomas (XNA, worked with Toni Childs, Vixen, Graham Bonnet) and keyboardist Scott Walton. The set is advertised as including songs by Yes, CIRCA:, World Trade, Conspiracy and from his solo album Citizen. Set for first 5 Nov show: intro, "Never Enough", "Life Going By", "Together We are", "Euphoria", "In My Sky", "Age of the Atom", "The More We Live—Let Go", drums & bass, "Cut the Ties", "Open Your Eyes", "Say Goodbye". The second 5 Nov set was similar, but also included "No Way We Can Lose"". "Castaway" and "Great Depression" were also performed at some point. A live album/DVD from the shows is in preparation: Sherwood was mixing it in Dec 2016.

On 30 May 2015, Sherwood announced on Facebook his next and eighth solo album:

I've been quietly working away on my next new solo CD... and I'm happy to announce that it's completed and heading for mastering next week !!! It will be pressed onto CD's and made available via my website (currently under re-constrution)
Entitled Archived and with Sherwood playing all the instruments, this was available on the Yes tour and will be self-released through his website in 2016. The album is dedicated to Squire.

"Universal Garden" was a new digital single from Sherwood, a re-recording of the song on Yes's Open Your Eyes, released 18 May 2015. Entirely performed by Sherwood, recording of the piece was finished in Apr. This heralded the new deal with Cherry Red Records to re-release his back catalogue. That began with Divided by One, Sherwood's seventh solo album released digitally in 2014, debuting on CD (as BS007CD); and a new compilation entitled Collection (BS008CD) with 7 tracks from each of his first 7 solo albums, plus 2 exclusive tracks: "I Hung My Head", a cover of Sting's song from 1996's Mercury Falling; and "Dark to Light", an original composition by Sherwood. Both releases are available here with a combo deal for both discs plus a hand-signed exclusive postcard; general release followed on 30 Oct 2015. General release in the US was 6 Nov.
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Divided by One
was originally released digitally Apr 2014; tracks: "On Impact" (7:59), "The Scene Come Alive" (4:17), "No Stone Unturned" (4:59; promo video), "Between Us" (4:24), "Divided by One" (4:22), "Sequence of Events" (6:15), "Sphere of Influence" (5:00), "Here for You" (5:44), "Constellation Codex" (5:18), "End of an Era" (8:11). Sherwood performed all instruments and vocals. A re-release of The Big Peace followed next (as BS001CD). In an interview around Dec 2015, Sherwood described remastering the album. No Comment was re-released (as BS0002CD) on 7 Oct.

Sherwood has another new album entitled Citizen now out—details on the main page given the number of Yesmen guesting.

Late Sep 2015, Sherwood announced that he is working on another project, Earth and Science, consisting of 5 original songs by Sherwood and 5 covers, again to feature an array of guests. He said on 24 Sep 2015: "Back in studio production mode [...] It's early going but everything is tracked already, now I'm filling in the guest slots".

The Collectives
The Prog Collective (Facebook) was the first of effectively a series of solo albums by Sherwood with an array of guests. On delivery of the album, Cleopatra commissioned a sequel, The Fusion Syndicate. And a few days later in Apr 2012, Sherwood was able to say that Prog Collective 2 and Fusion Collective 2 were also contracted. In the May 2012 interview, Sherwood said, "now it might be the kind of thing where we have The Prog Collective Part 1, 2, 3 and 4. They're interested in doing more". The second Prog Collective album appeared as Epilogue, but no news on a second Fusion Syndicate album subsequently emerged.

World Trade
In Feb 2015 came the announcement of a World Trade reunion and new album: Sherwood said online, "Bruce Gowdy, Mark T WIlliams, Guy Allison and myself have just signed a record deal to make another ‘WORLD TRADE’ record !!! After many moons we are returning to the studio to create that sound once more.The record will be released on 'Frontiers Records'". (Gowdy and Allison have been working together recently in Unruly Child: see under Gowdy for details.) The album is due 2016 on Frontiers Records and Sherwood described it in Apr 2015 as taking a "musical direction close to Toto's most recent releases and 90125/Big Generator-era Yes." In a Nov 2015 interview, Sherwood said the impetus for the new album came from Derek Shulman, who originally signed the band to Polydor in the 1980s and is now working with Frontiers. He also said the band were planning to work further on the album in Dec 2015-Jan 2016, having already recorded about half of it. On Facebook on 16 Mar 2016, Sherwood said, "Mixing the last song for "WORLD TRADE" this afternoon !! The record sounds killlllllllllller !!! Can't wait for people to hear this. You would never know there was a 27 year gap between records lol (from the original line up). Sounds like we picked up right where we left off". In a 6 Apr Q&A, Sherwood said he was "finishing up a World Trade album". Sherwood announced in Aug 2016 that the album, to be called Unify, had been mastered by frequent collaborator Maor Appelbaum. In Mar 2017, Sherwood said the planned release date was Jul 2017.

Work had begun late in 2003 on a new World Trade album. In a Jun 2004 interview, Schellen says, "We [Sherwood and Schellen] have recently begun a new World Trade record with Bruce [Gowdy], it truly sounds amazing. [...] [Gowdy] sounds better than ever. The sound is more powerful and explosive than before, with all the hallmark vocals and melodic lead guitars. The partnership is strong and this record is going to be a monster!" The project then stalled. In a Jan 2006 interview, Sherwood was asked whether World Trade is now defunct and replied, "It lives on in my mind and in Bruce Gowdy's mind and in Jay Schellen's mind. We talk about it, but life gets busy and it just doesn't seem like it's something we ever focus on. Two of the tracks on the new Conspiracy project [which in turn stalled and was subsequently abandoned] were written by Bruce and me with the idea that maybe we would start working on a new World Trade record. But Bruce got really swamped, and so did I, and it fell on the back burner. But those two tracks blend in perfectly, so there's a World Trade flavor to the new Conspiracy record." In Jun 2007, Sherwood said, "Bruce and Jay and I always speak of doing another record so, you never know."

Project with Ciago & Goodsall
On 9 Jun 2015, Ronnie Ciago (ex-CIRCA:, worked with Brand X, Patrick Moraz, Jaco Pastorius, Bill Ward, Mick Taylor) announced on Facebook that he was recording that week a project with himself (drums, composing), Sherwood (bass, composing), John Goodsall (ex-Brand X; guitar, composing) and Franz Pusch (ex-Brand X; keys, engineer, producer).

Dance music for Cleopatra Records
Sherwood was writing dance material for Cleopatra Records. He explained on Facebook (Apr 2012):

Got a cool new gig to add onto the pile... This new mission is to compose/play rave/prog dance tracks, (destine for the club scene). This mission comes from Cleopatra Records who are building an arsenal of this type of material... For this gig I write it, design the basics... groove, chords, lyrics, melody etc..., possibly sing a few of them myself. I'll be delivering the tracks in a sort of framework form, at which point another "dance/rave" producer will take it the rest of the way home... It's a writing gig...

He described 4 songs, including "EMP", "Test of Time" and "Synthetic Life", and was working on a fifth.

Tribute albums & related
Sherwood continues to work on further releases from Cleopatra Records. He produces tribute albums for the label, detailed below. He is also working on a Chris Squire tribute album (unknown for what label): see details on main page.

On 4 Apr 2014, Sherwood described on Facebook beginning work on a new, 16-track, largely acoustic, Beatles tribute album, with Sherwood playing (nearly) all instruments and a range of guest vocalists. (Sherwood explained on Facebook in Aug 2014: "The vibe is meant to be more acoustic in nature, that said there are still electric instruments involved".) Keep Calm and Salute The Beatles (SKU 2232) was released 28 Apr 2015 on Cleopatra Records. Tracks:
  1. "Across the Universe", Ann Wilson (Heart) (preview here)
  2. "Penny Lane", John Wetton (Asia, ex-King Crimson)
  3. "Eleanor Rigby", Jack Bruce (Bruce passed away a few weeks after recording his vocals)
  4. "Blackbird", Liz Madden
  5. "Norwegian Wood", Andrew Gold
  6. "Hide Your Love Away", Todd Rundgren (vocal recorded Sep 2014)
  7. "All You Need is Love", Helen Reddy
  8. "I'll Follow the Sun", Judy Collins
  9. "And I Love Her", Howard Jones
  10. "Ticket to Ride", Felix Cavaliere
  11. "Let It Be", KC (KC & the Sunshine Band)
  12. "Yesterday", David Clayton Thomas
  13. "Nowhere Man", Martha Davis
  14. "All I Gotta Do", Stephen Bishop
  15. "Something", Billy Sherwood
  16. "Hey Jude", Leo Sayer
  17. "Can't Buy Me Love", Dale Bozzio (worked with Sherwood recently: see below) (digital only bonus track)
  18. "I Feel Fine", Al Stewart (digital only bonus track)
Earlier comments by Sherwood had Kate Pierson (The B-52s) on "Norwegian Wood", Kristian Love (Emote) on "Let It Be" and vocalist Harry Wayne on an unspecified track, but they appear not to have been used in the end. David Hussey (XNA, ex-Genesis tribute band Gabble Ratchet, ex-Yes tribute band Closer to the Edge) guests on flute on "You've Got to Hide Your Love Away".
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Material mainly from various Sherwood-led projects is compiled as Rick Wakeman's Starship Trooper, out Apr 2016, including one previously unreleased track with Sherwood, a cover of Tool's "Sober": see under Wakeman for details.

In an Apr 2008 interview, Sherwood said he was working on a tribute to The Police, saying, "I was planning on kind of inviting just like great guitar players to come on and play some great solos and play over the top of the stuff and keep the music kind of pure." However, further news on this has yet to emerge.

The Human Experimente is a King Crimson-related project from Jeffrey Fayman (Globus, ex-Empire) with Robert Fripp (King Crimson). They released a digital single of "21st Century Schizoid Man" with Maynard James Keenan (Tool; lead vocals) in late 2009. An album appears to be forthcoming, with Sherwood joining the collaboration. In Jun 2011 on Facebook, Sherwood said he had just finished mixing "21st Century Schizoid Man" with Fripp, Keenan, Gregg Bissonette (ex-Steve Vai, ex-David Lee Roth, ex-Toto, ex-Ringo Starr; drums) and Matt Bissonette (ex-Brian Wilson, ex-David Lee Roth, ex-Ringo Starr; bass), presumably a new mix of the prior single. Then in Jul 2011 on Facebook, he talked of mixing a version of "Epitaph" with Fripp, himself on drums and 5-string bass, and Fayman (drums).

Other news
Sherwood plays lead guitar and sings in new band Emote, with Kristian "Kristy" Love (lead vocals, guitar), Felix Pollard (drums, percussion) and Matt McBride (bass). Three tracks are on their YouTube account: "Right on Track", "Go No Go" and "The Moment of Clarity". Sherwood appears to have mixed their debut album in May 2014. They played their whole  album live on 4 Oct 2014 in Palmdale, CA, at a benefit concert for the Wounded Warrior Project.

Sherwood and Tony Kaye have been involved in a reunion of Mabel Greer's Toyshop: see main page for details.

The Rome Pro(G)ject's Of Fate and Glory (TRP, CDALB02) features Vincenzo Ricca on keys, Sherwood (bass, drums, electric guitar), Steve Hackett (ex-Genesis, ex-GTR, ex-Squackett; electric & classical guitars) and David Jackson (ex-Van der Graaf Generator; saxes, flutes), with Mauro Montobbio (Narrow Pass), Luca Grosso (Narrow Pass), Riccardo Romano (Ranestrane), Daniele Pomo (Ranestrane), Lorenzo Feliciati, Franck Carducci, Giorgio Clementelli, Paolo Ricca, and Jo Lehmann (Steve Hackett's wife; voice on "Of Fate and Glory"). The instrumental album, released Apr 2016, is 66 minutes long, with 11 tracks, and covers the mythical rise and fall of the Roman Empire. Tracks:

  1. "Of Fate and Glory" [V Ricca/Hackett/Lehmann] (3:53)
  2. "The Wolf and the Twins" [V Ricca/Sherwood] (3:38)
  3. "The Seven Kings" [V Ricca] (4:55)
  4. "Seven Hills and a River" [V Ricca] (13:12)
  5. "Forum Magnum" [V Ricca/Jackson] (8:05)
  6. "S.P.Q.R." [V Ricca/Hackett] (6:00), performed by Ricca (keys)/Hackett (guitar)/Sherwood (bass, drums); can be heard on YouTube
  7. "Ovid's Ars Amatoria" [V Ricca/Jackson] (6:53)
  8. "Augustus (primus inter pares)" [V Ricca/Jackson] (6:19)
  9. "Hadrianeum" [V Ricca/P Ricca] (3:35)
  10. "The Conquest of the World" [V Ricca/Sherwood] (4:48)
  11. "The Pantheon's Dome" [V Ricca/Hackett/Montobbio] (4:30)

The album was mixed by Riccardo Romano. Details in the Yescography.

Directions is the debut EP from Middlesong,  Joe Schneider (vocals, guitar, keys) and Phil Tomczak (keys, guitars). Sherwood produced, mixed and played bass, drums, keys and guitar on the release; Maor Appelbaum mastered. Tracks: "See This Through" (3:53), "Rain to Sun" (4:45), "Directions in D Minor (Make Sure that You Learn)" (5:53). Tracks can be heard on their SoundCloud page. Middlesong are continuing to work on a full album for 2017.

From Jan 2014, Sherwood was writing, producing, recording and performing on a forthcoming new album from Michael Aston's Gene Loves Jezebel for Cleopatra Records. He described recording drums and acoustic guitar (for acoustic versions of "Jealous" and "Desire") for the album in that month.

Sherwood (on bass) was in new fusion band One Nation, with keyboardist Alan Hewitt (worked with The Moody Blues, Earth Wind and Fire, Warrant), drummer Felix Pollard (although Ricky Lawson was originally announced) and vocalist/guitarist Steve Oliver. However, on Facebook in Jul 2014, Sherwood described the project as "No Go". Sherwood (bass/vocals on 2 songs) and Hewitt (B-3 organ on 1 song) both guested on Oliver's 12-track album, World Citizen, released in May 2012. All songs on the album were written and produced by Oliver, who also contributes guitars, guitar synth, vocals, violins, drums, percussion and programming, with other guests including Paul Taylor (sax), Tom Schuman (keys), Will Donato (sax), Andrew Neu (sax), Gabriel Mark Hasselbach (trumpet), Eddie Reddick (bass), KT Tyler (bass), Randy Walker (drums).

Summer 2015, Sherwood talked of working with William Shatner again. This was for a cover of "Garbage Man" for a forthcoming Dr Demento tribute album. Asked about a follow-up to Ponder the Mystery, in an Oct 2015 interview, Sherwood said, "At present, this is indeed a rumor. Shatner is always incredibly busy, and my schedule's a little hectic a present. Those two factors combined make it difficult to foresee. That's [sic] said, I love Bill and would work with him again in a heartbeat."

Sherwood co-produced, co-wrote and plays on the second release from Los Angeles prog band, Days Between Stations, now out in the US and digitally in the UK. The band consists of guitarist Sepand Samzadeh and keyboardist Oscar Fuentes, who have previously worked with The Pineapple Thief. Peter Banks also contributed to the album before his death in Mar 2013, while Rick Wakeman and Tony Levin also guest. See on main page for details of both. Sherwood is again co-writing/producing their next album: in a 16 Dec 2014 Facebook update, he described "tonight we are recording the 2nd song for the record (as yet untitled)." He talked of mastering the album in a Mar 2016 Facebook post.

Sherwood and Tony Kaye also both guest on a new album from Marcelo Paganini, also detailed on the main page.

Sherwood is working with the Sonic Reality music software development company, founded by Dave Kerzner (working with Steven Wilson, worked with Jon Anderson), including with Sonic Elements, a.k.a. the Sonic Reality Progressive Rock Project. The project entails plans to release various pieces of music with various guests, some covers (including of Yes, Genesis and Rush), some original, but where some of the instrumental tracks are also available through Sonic Reality's sample libraries. With other Yesmen involved, see on the main page for details. Sherwood is also on Kerzner's new solo album, New World.

Sherwood mixed, produced and plays bass and additional guitars on When We Changed You (YouTube album trailer) by new band XNA, founded by David Hussey (ex-Genesis tribute band Gabble Ratchet, ex-Yes tribute band Closer to the Edge; vocals) and Adam Malin (ex-Psycle, ex-Sheltered Lives; keys). Joining them on the album were with Danny Bryle (ex-Psycle; guitar) and Scott Connor (CIRCA:, The Prog Collective, ex-Yoso, ex-Gabble Ratchet, Genesis tribute band Squonk). See details in Yescography. In Jul 2011 on Facebook, Sherwood talked of starting the first mix of the album. By Jan 2012, Sherwood said this on Facebook:

we are about 3/4ths completed. Very interesting record, deep lyrics and music, very orchestral and dynamic, in the way old school Genesis was done... I think anyone into prog will dig this record when it is finished.

Mixing was finished early Jun 2012, but new bass (by Sherwood) and drums were then recorded and Sherwood was doing a new mix in Oct 2012. The album was released in the US 22 Oct 2013 on Cleopatra Records. Tracks:

  1. "At Childhood's Beginning" (2:01)
  2. "When We Changed You" (7:19)
  3. "Banner of the Whyte Boar" (15:03)
  4. "The Flying Dutchman" (9:28); music video
  5. "The Vale of Avalon" (7:08)
  6. "Annapurna" (8:29)
  7. "At Childhood's End" (16:06)
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Sherwood was back working with the band in Jul 2015 and before producing their second release, while Hussey appeared in a promo video for Sherwood's Citizen. That second release arrived 18 Dec, a 17-minute, 7-part EP entitled Westernology: The Outlaw and The Sioux. Described as a "Prog Epic/Western Sonic Cinema Show", the band is the same as played live in support of When We Changed You: Hussey, Malin, Connor, John Thomas (worked with Toni Childs, Vixen, Graham Bonnet; guitar) and Jeff Bird (Magnolia, ex-Yes tribute band Roundabout; bass). Sherwood also did live mixing for the band on 28 Mar 2014 at a show in Los Angeles, CA.

Continuing the musical science fiction theme, Sherwood also guests on Spirits Burning's Starhawk (Gonzo, HST323CD), released 20 Nov 2015. Spirits Burning is a collective led by Don Falcone and this album is based on Mack Maloney's novel of the same name; it comes with an 8-page comic book. The album also features multiple musicians associated with Hawkwind, namely Alan Davey, Paul Hayles, Jerry Richards, Nik Turner, Twink and Bridget Wishart, plus the late Daevid Allen (ex-Gong), Robert Berry (ex-GTR, ex-3), Keith Christmas (worked with David Bowie), John Ellis (worked with Peter Gabriel), Kev Ellis, Matt Malley (ex-Counting Crows, worked with Jon Anderson), Nigel Mazlyn Jones, Pete Pavli (ex-High Tide), Ken Pustelnik (ex-The Groundhogs), Judge Smith (ex-Van der Graaf Generator), Steffe Sharpstrings (Here and Now), Cyrille Verdeaux (Clearlight) and Steve York.

In Jun 2013, Sherwood described on Facebook mixing for a band called Time Horizon, including their cover of the World Trade song "The Moment is Here".

Scott Walton (ex-Conspiracy, ex-CIRCA:) has released a solo album, the 11-track Wandering Soul. Walton is on vocals and keys, while Sherwood produced and performed guitar, bass and drums. Boney James also guests. You can watch a video for "Voluntary Sanctuary" here.

Marty Walsh (ex-The Key, ex-Supertramp, worked with Dolly Parton, Donna Summer, Neil Diamond, Julio Iglesias, LeAnn Rimes, Freddie Jackson) is producing and performing on a covers album by singer Becca Levy, with Sherwood contributing bass. Walsh has also released an instrumental, 10-track, solo album, The Total Plan, out 2014, with Sherwood among other guests including Abe Laboriel, drummer John "JR" Robinson (worked with Rufus, Mike Oldfield, Eric Clapton, Lionel Richie, Madonna, David Benoit), Michael Ruff (keys), Paul Jefferson (tenor sax), Nick Manson and Ian Walsh (his son, keys and some co-writing).

Sherwood is reportedly guesting singing on the forthcoming third album from the band Treason, Mindshifter, now expected 2017. All instruments on the album are by Ted Stockwell (ex-White), who is also producing, engineering, mixing and mastering, with vocals by Jason Ames Saunders. Ted Hunt also guests on vocals. (This project was previously reported back in 2013 as a Stockwell solo album.)

Sherwood and Chas Sandford are producing tracks on a forthcoming solo album by Mike Tiano, who is known to Yes fans for his work for many years on Notes from the Edge and formerly with the YesWorld website.

Released Jul 2013 was the 12-track album Griffons at the Gates of Heaven (Cleopatra Records) by Florida trio, Sons of Hippies. Sherwood guests on Mellotron and Moog.

Sherwood guests on projects with Leon Alvarado and Edison's Lab, the first with Rick Wakeman and the second with Tony Kaye; these are covered on the main page.

On 24 Jan 2014, Sherwood described on Facebook a session for a forthcoming album by Paul D'Adamo, Rawfully Organic (Melodic Revolution Records), due 2014, but yet to appear. The session for the song "WTF!?!?" was with D'Adamo (keys), Sherwood (guitar), Tony Levin (bass), Jerry Marotta (drums). Also appearing on the album are Trey Gunn (ex-King Crimson), Chris Remediani and the California Guitar Trio. In Aug 2013, D'Adamo gave a working track listing (in no particular order) of "Games Without Frontiers", "Time Heals All Wounds", "Long Lost Greetings", "WTF!?!?" (written by D'Adamo/Marotta), "Wallflower", "Back in NYC", "Kiss of Life", "Loving Me Back to Life", "I Can Let Go Now", "Don't Give Up"—some songs are covers of Genesis or Peter Gabriel solo material. Marotta is producing the album, which will have artwork by Leon Alvarado.


In Mar/Apr 2014, Sherwood described on Facebook producing, recording and mixing the band No Convention, with Neil Briggs on drums. This was for a single song, and Sherwood also did the video. In May, he contracted to do a 5-sing EP with them. In Jun 2014, he was mixing for a project entitled Forest Field from Peter Cox (to be mastered by Appelbaum). Then in late Jul 2014, Sherwood described on Facebook beginning to produce and engineer a new band, The Dolan Brotherhood, with Tom Wallaces (drums) and James Brady. In early Aug, he was recording an album by Mexican band Alpha Lighting System.



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