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Barren River Trio / Press

"At 2 p.m., live music will be provided by the Barren River Trio, a folk group from Bowling Green, Ky., specializing in songs focused on Southern heritage and faith."

"These three young men from Bowling Green, KY offer a unique sound that you are sure to enjoy."

“The band Barren River Trio, which includes Columbus native Alex Day, will perform at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the downtown Crump Theatre. The group, which also includes Danny Moody from Tampa, Fla., and Andrew Varson from Atlanta, Ga., will perform songs from the trio’s newly released, self-title CD. They also will play other original songs and classic covers. The band has played in many venues in the southern U.S., including Nashville, Tampa, Atlanta and Huntsville, Ala. Their music is a mix of gospel, southern rock, bluegrass, blues and folk. “I have always thought it would be awesome to play at the Crump Theatre,” Day said, “so to be able to finally play a show there is a great honor and privilege.” The band will be featured on Korn Country radio station 100.3 at 7:30 a.m. Friday.”

“Family Enrichment Center "Homerun for Kids" Celebrity Softball Challenge & Concert. Catch a Hot Rods game and enjoy a post-game concert featuring Andy Griggs, Jamie O'Neal, Jeff Bates, Easy Street and Barren River Trio! Tickets for the Hot Rods game cost $10.00 with $5.00 going to support the Family Enrichment Center. Tickets for the post-game concert are $10.00 with all proceeds going towards the Family Enrichment Center. The Family Enrichment Center's "Homerun for Kids" Celebrity Softball Challenge is presented by BB&T and Wendy's of Bowling Green. Approximate start time of the concert is 6:00pm. Location: 300 8th Avenue Bowling Green, Ky 42101”

“The chess station was just one of more than a dozen vendors that took part in the Second Saturday event; others included children’s games, jewelry vendors, food vendors and artists. The Barren River Trio provided music.”

“Dena Holland finds it hard to see hungry kids. The Historic RailPark & Train Museum at the L&N Depot will host an “unglamorous event” in an effort to help reduce those numbers. The Hobo Ball will be from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday at the Historic RailPark. A special prize will be given to the best hobo, but dressing up isn’t required to attend the event. Tickets – which are $15 each or two for $25 – will be available through Friday and may be purchased in advance by calling 745-7317. “People have been so gracious to us that we wanted to give something back to the community,” said museum Executive Director Sharon Tabor. “What a wonderful opportunity to share with our needy children.” Proceeds will benefit the Bowling Green Backpack Program, which provides food to qualifying local schoolchildren. ...At the Hobo Ball, music will be provided by the Barren River Trio. A caterer will serve food from a cookbook with hobo recipes. ”

“The crowd was one of the biggest that Starbucks has seen to date. “The Barren River Trio” has recently been scheduled to open for Stephen Curtis Chapman and Jeremy Camp at the “Rock the Light!” concert this September. They have recorded their debut album and plan to release it in the coming months. For more information, visit www.barrenrivertrio.com. For bands looking to perform at “Music on the Patio,” contact Candace Barker at liveonthepatio@gmail.com.”