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"…Jeb Barry is one of those singer-songwriters that could have been sitting around the dining room table with Steve Earle, Guy Clark, Larry Jon Wilson and all the rest of them in Heartworn Highway... "   Paul Jackson Fatea Magazine UK 

The new double-disc release…      texas, etc…

The Band  

Jeb Barry – all songs, lead vocals, guitars, banjo, harmonica, mandolin, percussion, bass, resonator 
Michael O’Neill - guitars, vocals, mandolin  
Chris Sampson - bass  
Josh Pisano - drums 

Disc One: The Sainted ...T he full band disc. Rough and tumble acoustic driven ‘hard-dirt Americana’….reminiscent of the early Stones mixed with some Jason Isbell (who Jeb co-wrote a song “When The Ball Dropped” which will be on the next release) 

1. Trouble Down In Tennessee 2. The Girl Never Loved Me 3. Galveston ‘92 4. Miss Mississippi 5. If This Heart Had Walls  6. Home 7. Chainsmoker 8. Gravel Roads And Whiskey Bars 9. Sad Song 10. Keep The Devil Away 

Disc Two: The Saintless    More sparser, singer-songwriter orientated… 

1. A Little Mercy 2. Seemed Like A Good Idea At The Time (Feat. Heather Austin) 3. Evidence 4. I Can’t Live In Houston Anymore 5. Southern Oak 6. El Paso Sucks 7. You Don’t Ever Miss Me 8. Everybody Knows 9. Refugees 

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Who the hell is Jeb Barry? 

Nashville published songwriter Jeb Barry currently resides in the Berkshire Hills in New England, where he sometimes performs with Sarah Lee Guthrie’s Hoping Machine ensemble. Jeb is an award winning songwriter with past major label interest…he currently writes and performs solo or with the group, and has been repeat performer at the Freshgrass Bluegrass and Roots Festival, Hudson Music Fest, The Bluebird Café, and Club Passim, to name a few. There’s a lot more things we could say, but we can get into that later so as not to bore you. His 2016 release, Milltown, was a critical success in Europe, making several top ten lists. Jeb first gained major label (Gary Gersh/Cindi Peters at DGC) attention in the last 1980's and early 1990's in the power pop group The Typicals. 

 

"...sparse, weary, hard dirt Americana....think of a combination of Steve Earle, Jason Isbell (co-writer of Jeb's song "When the Ball Dropped") and Joe Fletcher..."

   

Contact the band at… jeb@jebbarry.com                                

www.jebbarry.com                                                                                 

Twitter @JebBarry_songs
No computers were used in any of the recordings  

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