American rock musician Billy Squier, birth name William Haislip Squier was born on May 12, 1950 in Wellesley, Massachusetts, United States. He began his career playing in the bands but he is known to the mainstream public as a solo artist. He has released quite a number of albums. One of the most popular albums is Don’t Say So. The album was planned to be produced by Brian May of Queen. However, he rejected the offer and advised Squier another producer Reinhold Mack who had produced one of the most popular Queen’s albums The Game. The album Don’t Say So became a breakthrough to the mainstream success. It reached number 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 and spawned one of the Squier’s hit singles “The Stroke”. Some of his later hits are "Everybody Wants You", "Rock Me Tonite", "Don't Say You Love Me", "She Goes Down" and others. You can download 16 Strokes: The Best of Billy Squier in mp3 from our site.