The Music Lives On

The music of the Barren River Trio lives on but the members have moved on to new projects and opportunities.

The Barren River Trio would like to thank everyone for their support and love.

It is unlikely that there will be another record releases or live performance under the banner of the trio, but there is talk of separate future releases from the members in the not to distant future. Updates will be posted here as they become public.

The music will continue to be available for streaming and for purchase here on the website, iTunes, Amazon, and Pandora.

God bless and thank you again for listening and sharing this time with us.

We’re opening for Jeremy Camp and Steven Curtis Chapman at the Rock the Light festival!!!

Rock the Light

On Labor Day Weekend September 2-4, 2011 the Barren River Trio will be playing the main stage at the Rock the Light Festival in LaCygne, KS and we’ll be opening for Jeremy Camp and Steven Curtis Chapman!

Check out Rock the Light! for more info about the event! They have an amazing line up of artists for the Labor Day weekend and the event is going to be amazing.

People will arriving from all over to camp that weekend to enjoy fellowship, music, and food. There will be a stage, pool & waterslide, tent city, cabins, private lake, the Blob, 600 acres of hiking trails, vendors, discussion tents, community board and much more!

Make your plans now so you can attend. We’d love to see you there! Let us know if you’re going to be there!

BRT @ the Historic Rail Park in Bowling Green, KY

Special thanks to Joel and Katie McAfee! They did a great job putting this video together for us. Joel and Katie are a great team and recently picked up the award for WKU Two Day Film competition for the short film “Txt 2 Me”.

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Demo being mixed

Several people have been asking when we will have a cd available for sale. We finished recording the new Barren River Trio 4 song demo at the House of David studio in Nashville on Dec 11, 2010.

We had a great time in the studio and special thanks to Adam Taylor for doing a great job engineering the session. It was a long day but we got a lot accomplished.

The demo is in the process of being mixed and if you catch us at one of the shows you may be able to snag a premixed copy for $5. Check out the video of us singing our rendition of “Fly Like an Eagle” while we were in Atlanta over the weekend.

The Road Home

Thanks everyone at FC! We had such a great time playing for you at “Whatchamafallit.” Special thanks to everyone that supported us by buying shirts. How cool was it that Mr. President Buddy Payne bought a shirt and wore it! That was awesome!

Were about 2 hours from arriving at home and listening to the Cold Mountain soundtrack.

The Lord has greatly blessed and we are so thankful for a safe trip so far. If your traveling for the holidays please be safe and may you have a blessed thanksgiving. Let’s remember those who have less and reach out to them not just during this holiday but regularly throughout our lives.