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Borderline

by Barley Station

A Rock/Pop Version of Madannoa's Borderline more akin to the version of the 2010 Stick and Sweet Tour
Genre: Rock: 80's Rock
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The mellifluous sounds of Barley Station can be detected not only in their intricately written lyrics, but also in their sound with layers of real, organic harmonies, driving rhythms, and contagious melodies. Although the band pulls a distinctive Alternative vibe, in terms of genre, most reviewers, fans, and radio claim that the The Barley Station signature is a genre crossover blend of Americana, Country, Pop, Folk, and even Rock/Alternative which is authentic and original.

Barley Station is an independent recording artist with a #1 song on the Euro Indie Charts (12 weeks at #1 and ongoing). The same song, “Younger Summer Memories” also won a spot in the Radio Airplay sponsored Summer Songs 2017 contest and was added in rotation on Jango Radio’s Independent Summer 2017 Playlist.

Barley Station’s music from their catalog of three albums and multiple singles are continually being added to Spotify playlists, and have been well received by their fans internationally. No strangers to radio, their songs have been in the top 40 since first release in 2012 and spent four consecutive months (including two months in the top 10) on the APD Global Radio Indicator Charts Top 40. The album has appeared on the Roots Music Charts, and on the CMJ reporting stations that added songs into rotation, those songs broke through the top 30 by the second week.

The band is comprised of its original members, both all-around musicians, singers, and songwriters in their own rights. Chief frontman and Producer, Randy Wayne Belt (vocals, bass), and chief funnyman, Brian Kious (vocals, guitar), have credentials aside from their music which only adds to their unique blend as a band. Randy’s background in Acting, writing, and Musical Theater in conjunction with Brian’s similar penchant for writing results in cleverly written lyrics and ballads that manage to borough into the hearts of their fans. There is not one song in their extensive library which hasn’t garnered a response from fans that feel ‘connected’ to their music.

Although the band is presently situated outside the St. Louis, Missouri metro area, their eclectic range of talent was cultivated in their originating roots and by being in the crossroads of many forms of music. Brian Kious’s adventurous and lively songwriting skills come from growing up in his native Texas and then Missouri. Randy Wayne Belt, originally from St. Louis, has cultivated his artistic edge through Musical Theater and Acting. Randy has also picked up the pen, not only as a songwriter, but also as a Music Journalist and is also contributing writer for Starlight Music Chronicles Magazine. His work has also been published in American Pride Magazine, Indie Habit, and A.V.A. Live Radio.

Website: http://barleystation.net
Label: Barleyfields Records
Contact: management@barleystation.net

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