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Barley Station | Treacherous

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by Barley Station

BARLEY STATION is a band whose music combines the roots of Americana, Pop/Rock, Country, and Folk and puts them in a blender with a dash of amaretto pouring out a tasty glass of contagious sound! The result is a distinctly alternative blend that draws deeply from its roots yet looks forward and to the future.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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Just when you thought you've heard all of the magic that Missouri-based band Barley Station could possibly create for our listening pleasure, they come out with yet another treasure and it arrives in the form of their upcoming single 'Treacherous'. The song, an original by Taylor Swift from her 'Red' album, is a magnificent ode to the artistry behind her acoustic version. The lyrical ability of vocalist Randy Wayne Belt lends heart fluttering languid, intricate, longing to this already exciting tale which talks of 'new love' and the thrilling feeling that ensues.

This, combined with the acoustics are impeccably on spot with Swifts original score yet when sung in Belt's unique style, he breathes new life into a song that might have otherwise went unnoticed with the resurrection of Swifts 1989 album. Add this to your growing Barley Station collection and make sure you send a copy to that girl you've just fallen for or if you are one, make sure you sit quietly under the stars at night, look up, and wonder. Well done Barley Station, Starlight Music Chronicles has been WOW'ed yet again."

-CA Marshall
Editor in Chief
Starlight Music Chronicles



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