G Billy

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G Billy
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G Billy playing the drums at a 2015 concert.
Background information
Birth name Bill Gregory
Born October 21, 1987 (1987-10-21) (age 32)
Club Penguin, USA
Origin United States of Antarctica
Genres Country pop
Occupations Musician, singer, songwriter
Years active 2005–present
Labels Club Penguin Music Records
Associated acts Stompin' Bob, Petey K, Franky, Cadence
Website penguinband.com
Notable instruments
Drums, flute


Billy Gregory, better known by his stage name, G Billy, is a musician from Club Penguin that is best known for forming the Penguin Band. Billy started his career when he was just 17 years old with Stompin' Bob and has been performing around the United States of Antarctica, UnitedTerra and many other places for over 5 years. Known for playing the drums and flute, as well as backing vocals for the band, G Billy's first release with Penguin Band was The Four Penguins (2010) that attained major chart success across the Arctic.

Background[edit]

Billy Gregory was born on October 21, 1987 somewhere in Colonial Antarctica. His parents left him when he was 3 years old, and lived on the streets for many years. It wasn't so hard for Billy; he was a very strong penguin who could manage by himself, even though he was just a little chick. He stole money from others quite easily and lived his life like that until he was 16 years old. He hitched a ride on a train that was going to a place called Penguin Island. The train stopped and Billy had to quickly find a place to hide on the ferry. He then came to the island and found out everything was being renovated to be called Club Penguin.

Involvement[edit]

Discography[edit]

See Penguin Band discography

Trivia[edit]

  • His stage name is based off his real name. He took his real name, Billy Gregory, and swapped them around to make Gregory Billy. He then cut off most of his first name to make the initial G, and put his first name after it, making G Billy.

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