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Barley Station | 4th of July

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4th of July

by Barley Station

The song is a contagious downhome footstomper sitting solidly in the realm of the Americana genre.
Genre: Country: Americana
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4th of July is the latest single from the band Barley Station. The song is a contagious downhome footstomper
sitting solidly in the realm of the Americana genre. It makes a comparison of a promised relationship to the explosiveness of
a Fourth of July celebration. But we have to warn you, if you hear it once it will be stuck in your head for the rest of your life, even if you don't like it!

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.

The group received two Best Song awards by The Akademia Music Awards in 2015, and was been nominated for "Best Country Artist" as well as "Best Folk Artist" for the 2013 Artists In Music Awards, and "Best Country Artist" and "Best Composer/Songwriter" for the 2014 AIMA Awards.

Also a contestant in the Texaco Country Showdown in 2013, Barley Station has done interviews with radio and magazines globally, numerous radio interviews, and has been featured and performed live on FOX 2 News, and on The DGS Show on 97.1 FM Talk in their home base area of St. Louis, MO.

Their debut album After All stayed in the top 40 in the Country/Alt. genre for four consecutive months (including two months in the top 10) on the APD Global Radio Indicator Charts, 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.

Their newest album Damaged Goods is expected to do as reviewer Leicester Bangs (UK) says: "Where After All got their foot in the door, Damaged Goods should see them push on through.”



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