Friday Music Nights at Billy D's Pub will have a new look

Shaking it up Friday at Billy D’s

This Friday marks the second anniversary of Friday Music Nights at Billy D’s Pub & Bistro, hosted weekly by the Jilli Martini Band.

“We have had some good times, met lots of great people and enjoyed livening up the downtown on Friday nights. There will continue to be great music each week, but we have decided to change things up from the previous format,” the singer said.

“There will now be a rotation of great local talents, focusing more on an acoustic feel. Our dedicated and loyal fans needn’t fret, as The Jilli Martini Band is proud to launch this new series themselves, this Friday Sept. 11, and will be making regular appearances after that.”

Music will continue to run from 8-11 p.m. each Friday night. Check Billy D’s website or Facebook pages of Billy D’s or Jilli Martini Band  for the  performer schedule.


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