Little Willy Wheeler

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Ten year old piano prodigy back in the early 1960s, like "little" Stevie Wonder, from the 1986 novel Fuel-Injected Dreams by James Robert Baker. His hit was "Chopsticks, Parts One and Two." Now grown up and known as "Big Willy," he works for producer Dennis Contrelle.

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