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Jeb is currently recording on his new release Milltown
Download the new single
"Milltown #2"
at iTunes


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FREE EP DOWNLOAD
Bootleg Sessions #1
one mic/late night

Seven songs recorded live with one microphone and one guitar...no computers or sweeteners were used in the recording
Get it on the Tunes page
Includes the songs...
Lay This Heart To Rest
Cold Around The Heart 
Black Tar Highway
Cotton Mile
Jenny Why?
Sometimes Angels Ain't Enough
Drive To Georgia


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Jeb's last release
Bury Me In A Lonely Place
was named on No Depression's Best of list for 2014
#295 of 588 
(not bad for an indie self-release)
It's available HERE now
Available on Itunes, AmazonMP3, Google Play, Beats Music, Spotify, Rhapsody, Emusic, and MediaNet.,

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Ramblings….

Winter Recording of the New Release 

Hey people,
This winter I am working on recording the new release (as of now simply titled  Milltown) set for the spring....all told I plan on recording 25-30 songs...this will be sparse Americana...even more sparse than last year's  Bury Me In A Lonely Place .
Some of the songs recorded already are...$10 Girl - Orphan - Hard Times Come Around Again - Cold To The Bone - Dry Summer Rain - This Is Where I Leave - All The Way To Mexico - It's Going To Snow Soon Sara

Download a FREE copy of It's Going To Snow Soon Sara (wave or mp3) at the TUNES page

Jeb Sign's Nashville Publishing Contract 

After two years of effort, Jeb was signed to a  two song publishig deal by Washington Street Music (https://sites.google.com/site/washingtonstreetpublishing/contact-us) for the songs "Bury Me In A Lonely Place" and "Body In the River". Both are expected to be pitched to at least two tv shows. Thnaks to Nancy Peacock and Queenie Mullinix at Washington Street.

Jeb's song " "Body In the River" was also picked to be pitched to another tv show by Amanda Williams at Songwriting and Music Business...http://songwritingandmusicbusiness.com/

Hudson Music Fest Newspaper Interview 

People that listen drawn to people that play at Hudson Music Fest

Posted: Sunday, August 10, 2014 12:30 am | Updated: 12:30 pm, Mon Aug 11, 2014.  By Joe Gentile Columbia-Greene Media |

"....Guitarist Jeb Barry, of Adams, Massachusetts, described his alternative-country sound as “hard dirt Americana” after performing a set Saturday in the Club Helsinki Hudson courtyard.

The 54-year-old Hoosac Valley High School history and AP psychology teacher said he mostly spends his summer vacations on the road, between Nashville and his next adventure. “I always wanted to be a teacher, mostly because I thought (school) was as boring as hell, and I could do that differently,” Barry said. It was Barry’s third, and second solo, Hudson Music Fest appearance, after having previously performed with his band The Pawn Shop Saints. He said he enjoyed playing Hudson Music Fest, more than the club or bar scene, because “people don’t listen” at those other venues. “I’d rather play 10 times a year — five times in Nashville and five times here — for people that listen,” Barry said...."

http://www.registerstar.com/news/article_18e15f88-2045-11e4-b434-001a4bcf887a.html
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  • Debbie

    Debbie North Adams

    I'm wishing you the best of luck and hope Nashville knows what a great new artist they are getting. May all the shows you do down South have reviews that are talked about for months.
    I'm wishing you the best of luck and hope Nashville knows what a great new artist they are getting. May all the shows you do down South have reviews that are talked about for months.

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