8 thoughts on “ Sweetheart - Jennah Barry - Young Men (CD, Album)

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  4. Jennah Barry Jennah's undeniable, rosewater voice sets a mood wherein even the hardest truths seem palatable. Moving effortlessly between folk, country and soft rock motifs, Barry’s music sets her at the forefront of a tradition of women making music as strong as it is sentimental. Holiday, released 27 March 1. No Dancer 2.
  5. Jennah Barry: Young Men I’m a sucker for great vocals and Jennah Barry delivers them. Her smooth, warm voice delivers on her debut solo album, Young Men. Her sweet voice delivers vulnerable lyrics while staying strong, a feat I didn’t think could be possible. Her Facebook page’s “About” section reads “Red hair, Blue eyes, 5’8”.”.
  6. Mar 27,  · Barry hails from Nova Scotia, Canada, where she lives with her partner and producer, Colin Nealis, and their young daughter. Her album ‘Holiday’ is out today (March 27). It’s her first work since her debut, ‘Young Men’ – a time that seems an age ago now, maybe was an age ago, given what a full and chaotically paced eight years followed.
  7. “The Coast” is the lead track from Barry’s debut album, Young Men. Nova Scotia born and raised, Barry moved to Toronto in for college, where she studied jazz. She joined the indie pop orchestral collective O’Darling, and also played with a roots/country band called The Long Haul, but never took to the big-city thing.
  8. Oct 02,  · Jennah Barry, “Young Men”– New (to me) music! This entry was posted on October 2, , in Music, Review and tagged album review, Jennah Barry. Bookmark the permalink.

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