Among the many UK rock and roll/pop artists from the later 50s Willing was one of the most promising performers in the Larry Parnes steady of stars. Released in the springtime of 1958 and christened Willing due to his enthusiastic character, the vocalist was highlighted on several esteemed television shows, especially Jack Great’s pioneering Oh Guy. He seemed a solid bet to check out Parnes’ other serves, Tommy Steele and Marty Wilde, in to the UK graphs but, despite some singles compiled by such name authors as Floyd Robinson, Marty Robbins, Conway Twitty and Gene Pitney, graph success demonstrated elusive. Willing also received regular superstar billing over the BBC Tv series Drumbeat, but his profession potential clients receded when he divide with Parnes. In old age, he highlighted in the stage creation from the musical Elvis.