Bill Schneider (musician)

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Bill Schneider
Born June 18
Genres Punk rock
Occupation(s) Bassist, music shop manager, Musician, Guitar technician, Tour crew manager
Instruments Bass guitar
Associated acts Pinhead Gunpowder, Green Day, The Influents, Monsula, The Skinflutes

Bill Schneider (born June 18)[1] is an American musician. He has played bass in the punk rock band Pinhead Gunpowder since 1990, as well as providing vocals and writing the lyrics to the song Backyard Flames. He has also been in many other bands such as The Influents, Monsula and The Skinflutes. Bill worked as Green Day's guitar tech on their albums Nimrod and Warning, and was tour manager for their American Idiot and 21st Century Breakdown tours.[2] He also owned Broken Guitars, a guitar shop in Oakland, California with Billie Joe Armstrong.


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  2. ^ "Bill Schneider biography at Green Day Authority". Green Day Authority. Retrieved 12 April 2010.