Billy Willy is a gifted yet troubled Country & Western performer and storyteller. Billy grew up the child of evangelical ministers in rolling hills of wild and wonderful West Virginia. His influences range from beloved country music stars to misconstrued conceptual artists.
Billy is currently on tour supporting his debut recording, Je m'appelle Billy Willy, which has failed to chart.
Billy Willy covers a classic pop song he wrote himself.
Billy Willy performs at Republican Mike Dewine's Ice Cream Social and it doesn't go "very well."
Billy Willy shares his sordid vitae with an unfamiliar audience member.
Billy Willy considers face-work but remembers a warning from his dear friend, Kenny Rogers.
Billy Willy returns from a triumphant tour of China.
Billy Willy reflects on Martin Luther King Day.
Billy Willy plays a private birthday party for an Amish girl named Paris Yoder.
Billy Willy tells a street joke.
Billy Willy performs the Marcia Griffiths classic.