Bill Schneider (musician)

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Bill Schneider
Birth name William Schneider
Born June 17
Genres Punk rock
Occupation(s) Bassist, musician, music shop manager, guitar technician, bass technician, tour crew manager
Instruments Bass guitar
Years active 1990–present
Labels Lookout!, Adeline, Recess, Reprise
Associated acts Pinhead Gunpowder, Green Day, The Influents, Monsula, The Skinflutes, Uranium 9 Volt, Sawhorse, The Coverups
Website brokenguitarsoakland.com

William Schneider (born June 17)[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, Uranium 9 Volt, Sawhorse, The Skinflutes and The Coverups. Bill was worked as bass technician for Mike Dirnt, Green Day's and as guitar technician on their albums Nimrod and Warning and currently working as tour crew manager for Green Day.[2] He also owned Broken Guitars, a guitar shop in Oakland, California with Billie Joe Armstrong. Bill still works on the sidelines with the band as well as in the studio.

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