Billy Falcon, born William Falcone July 13, 1954, is a musician from Rosedale, New York. He released a handful of rock albums throughout the late 1970s and 1980s, as well as making an appearance on The Way International's "High Country Caravan". He signed a deal with Mercury Records after fan Jon Bon Jovi contacted him about working together in the early 1990s. Pretty Blue World, released in 1991, produced Falcon's highest-charting song, "Power Windows"
Falcon grew up in Rosedale Queens. He signed his first record contract with a major label at age 18. Falcon, a prolific writer, is a self-described reporter, chronicling his life experiences with poetic lyrics and stirring melodies. Heaven’s Highest Hill from 1991’s critically acclaimed “Pretty Blue World” album articulates the pain of having to tell his three-year old daughter that her mother had died. Power Windows, the single from the same album was a Top 40 hit.