If you like folk and alternative country music, then you won't want to miss you chance to see Bonnie ¿Prince' Billy perform
live on his current U.S. concert tour! Born January 15th, 1970, Will Oldham is better known by his stage name Bonnie
'Prince' Billy. He has already established himself as a multi-talented singer-songwriter and actor, who has performed and
recorded under variations of the Palace name, including the Palace Brothers, Palace Songs, and Palace Music. After releasing
material under his own name, he adopted the "Bonnie 'Prince' Billy" moniker and the name finally stuck. Call him what you
will, this guy is non-stop fun from start to finish, so be sure to order your concert
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Bonny ¿Prince' Billy is famous for his punk aesthetic and blunt honesty. His signature style has been described Americana,
folk, roots, country, punk, indie rock and even "Appalachian post-punk solipsist." His quavering voice and haunting melodies
are rooted in the American folk and country genres for captivating sound that audiences can't get enough of. But don't just
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Many folk fans are already familiar with Bonny ¿Prince' Billy's impressive body of work, which includes just under 20 studio
albums. Several of these albums have even appeared on greatest albums lists, including: There Is No-One What Will Take
Care of You (1993),Viva Last Blues (1995), and I See a Darkness (1999). As of 2012, Oldham got busy on a
new catalog including "I See a Darkness" album for a summer a release. Purchase your very own Bonny 'Prince' Billy folk music tickets right now invite all your family members
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Music trivia fans will appreciate the fact that Bonny ¿Prince' Billy's music has already influenced artists in various
ways throughout the past decade. For example, he's mentioned in the lyrics of the Biffy Clyro song "Saturday Superhouse" and
is the main character in the song "Williamsburg Will Oldham Horror" by New York anti-folk artist Jeffrey Lewis. He also provided
backing vocals on Johnny Cash's recorded a version of "I See a Darkness" on his American Recordings disc, American III:
Solitary Man (2000). In 2006, Steve Adey also covered "I See a Darkness" on his All Things Real LP. A few years
later, Mark Kozelek recorded a version of Oldham's "New Partner" on his 2008 disc, The Finally LP. Then in 2009 Mark
Lanegan penned a song called "Sunrise" featuring vocals by Oldham. Most recently, Deer Tick's cover of Oldham's song "Death
to Everyone" appeared in an episode of Hell On Wheels. Now you can join the many music lovers who have been inspired by Bonny
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Now you can be among the first to experience Bonny ¿Prince' Billy's latest music live! Come rock out to hits like "Strange
Form of Life," "Cursed Sleep," "Lay and Lie," and "May It Always Be." Check out StubHub today for Bonny ¿Prince' Billy concert tour tickets and get ready for
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