The Bill (band)
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The Bill Band
The Bill

The Bill is a Polish punk rock band, formed in 1988 by Artur "Soko" Soczewica, in the Polish town of Pionki. The band's name is pronounced in a similar way to the Polish word 'debil', which means 'moron'. The Bill played several times at the Jarocin Festival and The Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity finales.

Past Band members

  • Jacek "Szmery" Szulikowski - drumset (1988-1989)
  • Robert "Mielony" Mielniczuk - drumset (1989-2011)
  • Artur "Soko" Soczewica - bass guitar, vocals (left band after "I give you fire" album in 1996)
  • Dariusz "Skóra" Stawski - vocals (Played with the band, but was never an official member)
  • "J?drek" - guitar (2000 - 2005)
  • "Ludek" - bass guitar (2000 - 2005)
  • Maciej "McKurczak" St?pie? - bass guitar, vocals (2005 - 2010)

Current band members


  • 1993 - The Biut (pronounced similar to 'debiut' meaning 'debut')
  • 1994 - Pocz?tek Ko?ca (The Beginning of the End)
  • 1995 - Sex 'N' Roll
  • 2000 - Daj? wam ogie? (I give you fire) - recorded in 1996, but not released until 2000
  • 2007 - Niech ta?cz? anio?owie (Let the angels dance)
  • 2013 - 8siem

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