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Clean-cut and wearing a simple grey sweater and skateboarding shoes, Tell laughs a lot but speaks with a hint of careful distance. It makes me think of that Seinfeld episode where someone keeps saying fiancée in an annoying way. I started college at Cal State, Chico, when I was 18, but I didn’t find it very… So I came home after my freshman year and talked to my parents about it, and I told them I wanted to take a year off to try to do music.
He makes clear that he guards his privacy and would not have consented to an interview with a publication whose focus was his romantic life. You said we couldn’t do this interview at your apartment because your girlfriend was having friends over. [Pause.] Oh yeah, the episode where Elaine is trapped in a conversation with a woman who keeps asking about the whereabouts of her fiancé and then Elaine suggests that a dingo ate him. I had five goals and I told them that if I didn’t achieve them within a year, I would go back to school.
He returned home to California and began writing songs.
His first song, titled "Radio Sound" (which later appeared on his debut album as "Sounds"), was about his mixed emotions dealing with leaving his friends and former band.
But I wanted to ask Tell mostly about his unique experience as a law student, so I connected with him on Linked In, emailed him to explain myself, and now here we are…. You probably get asked this about twice a week but I have to. My goals were to get a major label record deal, have this level of manager, play this size venue, et cetera.
Within the year, I’d joined the band and things had gotten going and we had a major label deal after about nine months.
Do you talk to your fiancée about what you’re doing in school?
Did you know your lawyers while you were in the band? There were five of us in the band, so not everybody needed to talk to the lawyers. I signed a solo deal a year or two after I left the band, went out and toured and did the whole thing, and then, after a while, it got to the point where I was approaching 30, rapidly, and I hadn’t struck it big on my own.
In February 2012, Tell began dating former The Hills star and fashion designer Lauren Conrad.
On a Wednesday evening in January, William Tell, a 33-year-old 3L at USC Gould School of Law, was sitting in the backyard of the L’Ermitage Hotel in Beverly Hills, a few blocks away from his apartment, sipping a scotch and munching on a bowl of pasta.
One of Tell's many performances was the Bamboozle Left festival in Pomona, California on October 14, 2006.
In 2006, Tell was signed to Universal Records' subsidiary New Door Records as a solo artist and began putting the final touches to his debut album.At the moment, Tell is the only law student in America who goes home to the woman on the cover of Cosmopolitan — he’s engaged to Lauren Conrad, the reality TV star-turned-lifestyle entrepreneur who is regarded by many, including Martha Stewart, as being something like the next Martha Stewart.