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Rick Barry's voice is as honest as a drink at a bar with an old friend. His lyrics
are raw, unapologetic poetry that reach well beyond his years. Evolving from
folk music, into a sound that could only be described as "neo folk," he has truly
reinvented himself and has been met with rave reviews in cities across North
What sets Barry worlds apart from other songwriters is his complete lack of
censorship. Where others use metaphors and pleasantries, he speaks with
unadulterated candor. He has no limits, from politics to death, to the ills of society
and the human element; he delivers a truth so bare, it's almost innocent.
His new EP "This Antediluvian World," represents the maturing of an already
seasoned artist. And while his resume boasts numerous awards and accolades
such as winning the grand prize for his song "Courage for a Rainy Day" in the
John Lennon Song-Writing Contest among others, he dwells not in the past, but
is constantly looking to the future of what his music will become.