Martini unplugged back at Zo

The Zocalo's casual atmosphere is a pleasant, family-friendly setting.

On the second Thursdays of each month, Jilli Martini is joined with fellow musicians Doug Biggs, Blair Bentley and Andre Forgues to play an evening of acoustic music.

The Zocalo’s casual atmosphere is a pleasant, family-friendly setting.

Jill’s repertoire can range from Patsy Cline, Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris to the Rolling Stones, Bad Company, Fleetwood Mac, Tom Petty, Pretenders and No doubt!

Jill just loves to sing her favourite songs whether it’s blues, country, rock or other and she is gratefully accompanied by some of the Valley’s finest musicians.

The Jilli Martini Group puts their own unique spin on them in an ‘unplugged’ show.

Check out and like Jilli Martini Band on Facebook to know where and when they are playing around town.

Music April 11 at the Zocalo runs from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Next month, Jilli will play on the third Thursday — May 16.

— Jilli Martini Group

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