September 1998 NEWSLETTER

His first release in over 5 years…..

the new solo acoustic cd

11 songs including “Inferno” and the new version of “The Stroke” (both of which were previewed on VH1’s “Big in the 80’s” and “Then & Now” last August) as well as “More Than Words Can Say”, “Grasping For Oblivion” and “Long Way To Fall.”

AOL CHAT 10/13 @ 7pm

The new version of “Lovin’ You Ain’t So Hard” available ONLY via the internet for $1.99 and another NEVER BEFORE RELEASED, RARELY PERFORMED (hint, hint) song will be available at both these sites at a later date:


$2 per cd sold & 2 guitars will be donated to a designated local school’s art fund

Billy will perform an acoustic set and sign copies of his cd at the following BORDERS

October 19th, 19987:00 PMThe Atrium Mall
300 Boylston Street – Boston, Massachusetts
(617) 630-1120
October 20th, 19987:00 PM230 Garden State Plaza
Paramus, New Jersey
(201) 712-1166
October 23rd, 19987:00 PMRosemont Shopping Center
1149 Lancaster Avenue – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
(610) 527-1500
October 26th, 19987:00 PM1201 South Hayes Street
Arlington, Virginia
(703) 418-0166
Donation School: Oakridge Elementary
October 27th, 19987:00 PM3637 Peachtree Road NE, Suite C
Atlanta, Georgia
(404) 237-0707
October 30th, 19987:00 PM6670 Sawmill Road
Columbus, Ohio
(614) 718 9099
October 31st, 19983:00 PM17200 Royalton Rd.
Strongville, Ohio
(216) 846-1144
November 2nd, 19987:00 PM1540 Golf Road
Schaumberg, Illinois
(847) 330-0031
November 3rd, 19987:00 PM1122 S. Rochester Road
Detroit, Michigan
(248) 652-0558

This fall look for “Where Are They Now?” on VH1 with a feature on BIlly including never before seen photos from his mountain climbing trips.

Starting Oct. 1st, visit to see a doodle drawn by Billy along with a special autographed photo, both available to the highest bidder. Proceeds raised from the sale benefit Champions for Children.

BLIND ITEM: If all goes well, listen for Billy’s “Christmas Is The Time To Say I Love You” at the close of a Disney Christmas movie that opens early November.


On the heels of his #1 cd “Nightlife”, JEFF GOLUB is back in the studio working on his fourth Avenue Blue release.

ALAN ST. JON‘s solo effort “Skydaddy” is currently available at the J-Bird Records website.

STEVE CONTE‘s band the Crown Jewels are set to release their second cd, “Linoleum.” Both their first “Spitshine” and “Linoleum” are available for $13 each or $23 for one of each by sending a check made payable to Steve Conte at PO Box 494 Gracie Station NY, NY 10028.

Re: our last newsletter: The children’s alphabet book for which Billy wrote a song is still in the development stages.

FYI Still Available:

“Don’t Say No” (1981)
“Emotions In Motion” (1982)
“Reach for the Sky: The Anthology” (2 cd set)
“King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents: Billy Squier” (live)
“16 Strokes” (Greatest Hits)
“Ten Best” (Greatest Hits)

Call your local radio station and request songs from “Happy Blue”

Send a postcard with your name, address (phone and e-mail optional) to us at Little Knight Productions, (NOTE: Old addresses. Please use site’s CONTACT page.) and tell us your favorite song from “Happy Blue.” We’ll pick a winner from a drawing of all cards to receive a special autographed package.

Contest Ends November 15th.

Although not directly connected with us, (run by Mike Marosy, originally created by Jim David) is a good source for up to date info. We supply them with our newsletters as well as info that comes too late for us to do a mailing. Check in regularly. — (Thanks for the plug Judy! —Mike)

While all letters for Billy MUST be sent snail mail (to the PO Box address), I can be reached at for your questions. It’s a much quicker way to get answers to your questions.

‘Til next time,

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