The Bills CD release show

The Bills are ready to take you on a joyous musical ride, with the release of their new CD Yes Please.

Since forming in 1996, The Bills have toured theatres and festivals from Copenhagen to California, thrilling audiences with their breathtaking musical explorations and their natural onstage humour and charm.

Now The Bills are ready to take you on a joyous musical ride, with the release of their new CD Yes Please. Get on board and experience Canada’s foremost roots music sensation at the CD release concert at Alix Goolden Hall on Sept. 6.

Tickets are available at Lyle’s Place, Ivy’s Books, and through the McPherson box office.

 

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