Tag Archives: Tim Barry

Darius Koski (Swingin’ Utters) debut SISU out now

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Wait, Swingin’ Utters front man Darius Koski has a solo album out…? We did not know, but Koski released his debut “SISU” through Fat Wreck Chords on April 7. You can listen to the full album below. Continue reading

2014 in acoustics: artist’s choice

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The year is almost over, and it has been a great year for acoustic music. No, we will not do a flimsy “Top whatever”; we are more interested in what others have been listening to. That is why we asked our colleagues and musicians about their favourites.  Take a look at the choice of Oxygen Thief, Brian Marquis, Emily Barker, The Lion and the Wolf and more.

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Tim Barry tours UK with Cory Branan and Sam Russo

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Next to Tim Barry his big announcement of a new studio album, “Lost & Rootless“, the Virginian singer just revealed a UK tour at the end of February. He will be taking Cory Branan and Sam Russo with him on tour. Date and ticket information are found below. Continue reading

Tim Barry announces album: “Lost & Rootless”

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Virginian punk-singer-gone-acoustic Tim Barry has announced his fifth studio album, “Lost & Rootless“. The record will be out November 28 on Chunksaah Records. More information and cover art below. Continue reading

Tim Barry UK Dates + Sam Russo

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Folkrocker Tim Barry will be coming to the United Kingdom this June for the first time since the release of ‘40 Miler’ last year. UK singer/songwriter Sam Russo will be joining him on stage during the two week tour. Read on for more information. Continue reading

New video Tim Barry

Tim Barry released his fourth album 40 Miler on April 10th. The former frontman of punk rock band Avail started his solo project in 2004, featured on the Revival Tour alongside Chuck Ragan and Ben Nichols and now has a video for “Driver Pull”.

Barry’s change from punk rock to folk and country might be the biggest of all the punkrockers-gone-solo, as you don’t really hear any punk rock influences. Still, in his lyrics his punk roots do show. Take a listen to his other albums too, and you’ll hear the same punk attitude. You can check out the video for “Driver Pull” here.

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