Canadian born musician William Rottman's talents were recognized at an early age. At seven years old, he was already being featured in local media playing the drums. By age 12 he was playing guitar and bass. His voice has been compared to Adam Levine (Maroon 5), Pat Monahan (Train), Sting and James Taylor. Willam has toured with Maverick/Custard recording artist Ben Jelen as a background singer and guitarist, appeared on the "CBS Late, Late Show" and the NBC hit TV drama series "Las Vegas". He has been the voice of Coke, Pantene, Verizon, and Campbell's Soup, and has sung alongside Lenny Kravitz. Most recently William toured the US with Australian platinum recording artist, Shannon Noll (Sony BMG). Reserve a table here.