Jimmy Rae and Sarah-Lou Fletcher dispel the view that some have that country music is all about grim bad luck songs; this harmonious couple gripped the audience with much cheer.
Annie Keating is back on these shores – and she’s ready to rock.
Twinnie releases her new single, Just Like Earle, on September 1st. It’s a wry look at what drives women to distraction…and the consequences that ensue!
Black Deer’s Emerging Artist of the Year, 2023, shines in her full length debut, bridging old school Nashville with SoCal Americana. Fashioned in Wales and formed in the Black Country.
More from the Alligator vaults to delight, possibly the best singer not on the tip of your tongue; Delbert McClinton.
French musician, Indolore, describes his adventure to the home of country on his melancholic EP release, Nashville.
Heidi Talbot releases Sing It For A Lifetime. Seldom has heartbreak sounded so beautiful. And so positive.
We are honoured to welcome Jamie McDell to the pages of At The Barrier to write of her love for the legendary Linda Ronstadt.
Prolific New Zealand singer/songwriter, Jamie McDell, releases a self titled album to add to her already well received musical catalogue.
What is the greatest live album of all time? At The Barrier’s writers take a look at their favourites from the history of live albums.
The Mockingbird rooster, Alan Tyler, retreats to a quirky lockdown project, nearly free of his characteristic country vibe.
Zesty debut from Utah folkie turned Nashville country rocker. Alicia Stockman releases These Four Walls.
The Hello Darlins deliver a classy and sophisticated wash of Canadian country-pop, with echoes of Alison Krauss guesting with Fleetwood Mac.
Our man in a sleeping bag corrals up in East Anglia, finding it all a bit better than OK. Seuras Og takes us to the 2021 iteration of the Maverick Festival.
A taster for an enticing album from the Lubbock Rodeo Rider; Ross Cooper.