We've uploaded a few playlists to the "reviews" section if you're interested in seeing who's playing "Troubadour" on their shows these days. These are just the ones that have been sent to us. We don't have time right now to search for all the shows that are playing Barry's new record at the moment
Troubadour is Bluespotting CD of the Week, and Jos Potting will play some songs off the CD on his show. The playlist is on www.bluespotting.nl and the show will be aired on MaastrichtFM on Monday from 8 till 10 pm and Saturday from 7 till 9 pm
"Troubadour" will be featured on Omroep Venray this coming Tuesday (14th January). The show is called Time Switch and it airs at 8pm (20.00hrs). You can listen live. Just go here and then click on the "luister live" button, which is located up on the top right-hand side of the page
It has come to our attention that "Troubadour" has been picking up airplay in Holland. Go here to view the playlists for the Red Rooster radio show and check out playlist # 932
Barrys latest release - the CD & DVD collection called "Troubadour" is available now! It's taken us a while to get to this point but we made it. Congratulations to everyone involved; it looks great and sounds great. We're confident you will enjoy listening to it (the CD) and watching it (the DVD) for years to come. Please go to the music page for further info
Our intrepid roving reporter, Bep, has provided us with another live video clip from the Albatross reunion show. The track in question this time is Someone I Used To Know. Unfortunately, it didn't make it onto the "limited edition" CD due to technical difficulties. It was the opening song of the show and as you can hear, the boys were in fine rockin' form right from the start.
We came across this clip recently on YouTube and thought you might enjoy watching it. It's from a show in Holland (Cafe Cambrinus in Horst). It's Danny & Barry playing an acoustic version of the old blues song called "Talkin' Woman", which was written by Lowell Fulsom.
If you're wondering what to buy your loved one this Christmas then perhaps Marcus Connaughton's recent book; "Rory Gallgher - His Life & Times" fits the bill. Further reason to buy it is the inclusion of a great story by Barry about the time he travelled to see Rory play in West Berlin and ended up behind the wall in East Berlin by accident. Obviously he lived to tell the tale...and it's a good one.
We came across another clip on YouTube that we thought you might like to watch/listen to. It's an acoustic version of Barry's self-penned song called "I Wonder". Please click here to view the clip
We came across the following video clip on YouTube and thought you might be interested in seeing it.This is a live recording made during the Dutch radio show "blues and friends" on Baarn FM by Bertwin "The Blues Professor" Bijleveld You can view it here