With three solo albums to his credit, The San Francisco Examiner says Austin’s, “stunning choir boy vocals makes him a winning package.” He has toured extensively throughout the U.S., Europe, and Japan performing with such greats as Ray Charles, James Brown, The Neville Brothers, The Temptations, The Gap Band, The Pointer Sisters, LL Cool J, Chicago, Stills & Nash, Starship, and Run DMC.
Willacy’s first CD “AKW” a 5-song EP that immediately went into rotation on college radio, was recorded and released by APG Records, and another original hit he made was American Pi a debut solo LP. Willacy has been a featured voice on the PS2/X-Box video games, “Guitar Hero” and “Karaoke Revolution, Volume 4,” where he was the voice of Stevie Wonder, Lenny Kravitz, Sum 41, Anthony Kieidis (Red Hot Chili Peppers) and Jay-Z just to name a few.
Willacy’s music has been featured internationally on television including a national Australian commercial and MTV’s Road Rules. Selected as “Favorite Songwriter” by the A Capella Community Awards, Willacy’s accomplishments include an appearance in Rolling Stone Magazine, soundtrack credits for the films Word Wars, and A Lawyer Walks into a Bar…