baa music group (bohemian artists alliance)

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The Barefoot Movement

The Barefoot Movement will be playing a private show at the Studio on Thursday, June 27th. Seating is very limited. If you are interested please contact concerts@BAArecords.com.

What others are saying about this great group.......

From Midwest Record

"Call it folk, bluegrass, Americana, down home, back porch, NAC--whatever you like, just be sure to call it killer. If more Americana sounded like this, we'd be riding a folk music wave that hasn't been seen since the early 60s. With so much spirit, heart and sound coming from young adults that have been pals since high school, the musical side of this music is in good hands for the future. Simply a killer set that is on the money throughout that any folk etc fan will love. A winner throughout." 

Source: http://midwestrecord.com/MWRBlog.html 

From Bluegrass Unlimited 

"This young trio from the North Carolina/Tennessee area has produced a nice collection of mostly original material. The trio is guitarist Quentin Acres, mandolinist Tommy Norris, and fiddler Noah Wall. They are joined on the project by bassist Ryan Baisden and cellist Dave Eggar. The group shares in lead and harmony vocals and each contribute to the compositions, with the bulk of them coming from Ms. Wall. The two instrumentals are Acres' "Southfork By Midnight" and Norris' "Calico Jack." The remainder of the tunes are written by Wall, with the exception of "Wasting Time" from Andrew Marlin and "The Whole World Round" from Joe Stuart and Mitch Jayne. Wall is a good songwriter; her songs are crafted well and fit into the trio's arrangements. Let us hope we hear more from these new faces in the music. 

Source: http://bluegrassmusic.com/content/2012/releases/releases-february-2012/