Groupe Country US formé en 1989 et comprenant Dennis Robbins, Bob DiPiero, John Scott Sherrill, Bob Dipiero, Reno Kling et Martin Parker.

Billy Hill was an American country music group founded by Dennis Robbins, Bob DiPiero and John Scott Sherrill, along with Reno Kling and Martin Parker. Before the group's foundation, Robbins had been a member of The Rockets (later The Detroit Wheels). The band recorded one album for Reprise Records and charted two singles on the Billboard country charts. The trio also began recording a second album for Reprise, but it was never released. One of the songs on it, "The Church on Cumberland Road," later became a Number One hit when Shenandoah recorded it.

Talents : Dennis Robbins : Guitar, Lead Vocals - Bob DiPiero : Guitar, Vocals - John Scott Sherrill : Guitar, Vocals - Reno Kling : Bass Guitar - Martin Parker : Drums

Style musical : Traditional Country, Country Rock

Years in activity :

1910 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 2000 10 20



1989 SP REPRISE 7-22746 (US)

I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch) / Just In Case You Want To Know

05/1989 SP REPRISE 7-22942 (US)

Too Much Month At The End Of The Money / Rollin' Dice

1990 SP REPRISE 7-19914 (US)

Nickel To My Name / Drive On By

09/1990 SP REPRISE 7-19738 (US)

No Chance To Dance / Too Much Month At The End Of The Money

11/1990 SP REPRISE 7-19482 (US)

Blue Angel / I Am Just A Rebel



1989 LP 12" REPRISE 9 25915-1 (US) I AM JUST A REBEL - Too Much Month At The End Of The Money / Nickel To My Name / I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch) / These Lonely Blues / Rollin' Dice / What's A Boy To Do / Just In Case You Want To Know / I Am Just A Rebel / Drive On By / Gettin' On Down The Road

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