Blessed in Greensburg, IN, on June 9, 1949, vocalist and songwriter Billy C. Farlow was raised in Alabama, Indiana, and Tx, relocating to Detroit along with his family members in the first ’60s. By this time around he had been a proficient guitarist and harmonica participant and began sitting down in with famous brands John Lee Hooker, Sippie Wallace, and Big Joe Williams at several Detroit-area coffeehouses and blues night clubs. He produced Billy C & sunlight in 1966 with pianist Shoe Hamilton and guitarist Larry Welker and started working with famous Butterfield Blues Music group drummer Sam Place. Quickly Farlow was also seated in frequently with Ann Arbor-based Commander Cody and His Shed Planet Airmen, so when the music group relocated to Berkeley, CA, in 1969, he officially became a member of the group and produced the move with them. The music group recorded many albums with Paramount and Warner Brothers and got a major strike in 1972 with “Popular Pole Lincoln” before disbanding in 1976. Farlow remained on in California and shaped his personal rockabilly and Traditional western swing clothing with pianist Billy Philadelphia and guitarist Tommy Thompson. Farlow came back to Alabama as well as the South in the middle-’80s and started an extended association with Nashville maker and guitarist Fred Wayne, liberating five albums over another dozen years for a number of labels. In the first ’90s he reunited with Sam Place to get a trio of albums. Farlow, who’s also a premium cook, continues to create his house in Alabama, documenting and touring frequently.