In 1965, sick and tired of the lifestyle he was living, Bill Dunn walked out of the Belfast R&B band the Gamblers. It was just months prior to the band, which was renamed, Them, hit the British rock charts with Baby Please Don’t Go and Here Comes the Night. Them exploded onto the world’s music stage when Bill’s childhood friend Van the Man Morrison took Bill’s place as the lead vocalist. Experiences
A story that is alive with wisdom and humour as he shares about his evangelistic preaching and singing from the shores of Northern Ireland to England, Scotland, America, Canada, Africa, the Republic of Ireland and back to his native home.
A gripping story of one man’s incredible passion to share the good news. It provides an insight into the spiritual welfare that can only be attained by following God’s lead.
About the Author
Bill Dunn B.A. has been in ministry for over fifty years, travelling the width and breadth of the Emerald Isla and further afield.
Married to his loving wife, Iris, for fifty years, they have two sons, three grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Their son, Paul is married to Gail and they have three children, Amy, Andrew and Paul junior who is married to Anna, they have one child named Joseph. Bill and Iris second son, Jonathan, is married to Annette. Sadly, Iris passed away in 2016.