Billy Brown (December 17, 1965) ,drummer of Alice Sweet Alice, is described by those that meet him as quiet and laid back. It is only when they see him behind the drums that they realize that this stick twirling madman is anything but quiet.
Billy first became obsessed with music at the tender age of five years old and got his first set of drums at age twelve, after his mother grew tired of him beating the family recliner with screwdrivers while playing along with his Queen records.
Billy started playing professionally after graduating high school and has been playing ever since. He is also a talented lyricist and has collaborated on several songs over the years.
In addition to the drums, he also plays keyboards and guitar. He also wrote the score for an indie movie all in an effort to be a more rounded musician who looks to keep progressing and evolving into
His influences include: Roger Taylor of Queen, Phil Collins, Neil Peart, and Jeff Porcaro