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The Barefoot Movement

The Barefoot Movement

Bluegrass / Americana / Folk Hendersonville, TN  US



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  • Drew Nichols (Artist)
    Drew Nichols
    Good show in billings guys add me love the shadow song and fire cover
  • Higher Vision ~ Yrral Mallik AKA Larry Gordon Killam (SOCAN)  ~ Songwriter (Artist)
    Higher Vision ~ Yrral Mallik AKA Larry Gordon Killam (SOCAN) ~ Songwriter
    Circles ~ Enjoyed Da Listen.Love it.your R.N.bro.(~;yrral mallik of Songramp aka Larry Gordon Killam of Facebook Group Songwriters Unite over 1900 members;~)
  • STAND VOLUME (Artist)
    Sweet Harmony and Music!
  • Ernest Whaley (Artist)
    Ernest Whaley
    I just saw these folks at a House Concert in Erie, Pa. Pretty sure the next time I see them will be at the Newport Folk Festival! Blessings and Balance, Barefoot Movement.
  • theGroovynators (Artist)
    caught you guys at the kirby theater last week. blown away. keep on doing what you're doing. it's just right!!
  • John Else (Artist)
    John Else
    Great sounds-back to the roots-great harmony



Bio: The Barefoot Movement is an acoustic quartet with members hailing from Nashville, TN. The group fuses the styles of bluegrass, old-time, Americana, and rock, creating an eclectic, original sound, featuring interweaving harmonies, progressive instrumentation, and accomplished songwriting.

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"The Barefoot Movement is a group that embodies all the things that I love about what is referred to as "traditional" music. On their CD entitled "Footwork" - Noah Wall, Quentin Acres, and Tommy Norris take the listener beyond the standard ideas and arrangement designs. They are both great players, singers AND arrangers of ORIGINAL songs. With ten of the twelve songs being originals, they know the importance of having and building an identity of their own. And it's these original songs and the way that they have arranged and delivered these tunes that really captures your attention and keeps you wanting more."

— Adam Steffey

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