Alt-country rockers Sons of Bill to perform in Goshen
GOSHEN — Between dates in New York and St. Louis, alt-country group Sons of Bill will stop in downtown Goshen for a concert at Ignition Garage.
Who is Sons of Bill? The five-piece band was formed in 2006 in central Virginia by brothers James, Sam and Abe Wilson, who were joined by friends Seth Green and Tom Wellons. The group has played at some of the largest music festivals in the United States including Bonnaroo, Austin City Limits and South by Southwest. “Sirens,” the group’s third full-length album released in 2012, was produced by Cracker frontman David Lowery.
You might enjoy Sons of Bill if you listen to: Reckless Kelly, Whiskeytown, Cracker and The Steel Wheels.
When are they playing? Show time is 8:15 p.m. Wednesday, May 15.
Where is Ignition Garage? 120 E. Washington St. in downtown Goshen.
How much are tickets? Tickets are available for $18 online at ignitionmusic.net, by phone at 534-1984 or at Better World Books in Goshen.