The Bills to play Errington Hall

The folk super-group will take the stage on Oct. 12

Strings, bellows, keys and voices will all be echoing through Errington Hall on Oct. 12.

The Bills are coming to town, a JUNO nominated and Western Canadian Music Award-winning acoustic band. The five piece group blends folk, roots, jazz, classical and world music into their arrangements and songwriting.

Marc Atkinson will be on the mandolin, guitar and vocals; Richard Moody will on the violin, viola and vocals; Chris Frye on guitar and lead vocals; Adrian Dolan on fiddle, piano, accordion and vocals and Scott White will be on upright bass and vocals.

Tickets are $30 in stores or $32.50 online and can be purchased at Cranky Dog Music, Heaven on Earth and Errington Store or online at . The show is on a Saturday, with doors at 7:30 p.m. and music at 8 p.m.

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