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The Barry Mando Project / Press

“The first thing you notice is the versatility of Danny Williams and his Baritone Mandolin. He can turn a smooth, mellow riff into a blazing inferno of fingers and strings in the blink of an eye. At one point I stopped taking pics, looked around and all eyes were glued to this Mandolin and its master.”

“The six song EP is one of those albums that you can’t listen to just once. The album is refined and complex the first time you here it, but upon listening to it several times you find that it is also simple and fresh.”

“The Barry Mando Project kicked off immediately thereafter, and brought a jazzy energy that I had been desperate for, and took the whole day to a place far funkier than any other all fest long. Great stuff, these guys have a real future!”

“The Regressive Meek Shall Not Inherit The Earth”

“The Barry Mando Project brought a far richer and deeper sound than one would expect. Jazzy and melodic!”

“We'd like to introduce you to the talents of mulit-instrumentalist and 5-string guru Danny Williams sit back and enjoy the luscious voicings.”

"Danny, that is terrific; some cool out-of-the-box voicings for chords. (I will plagarize for my own...) I love what you are doing to maximize the 5-string potential." Nice job! __________________

"Great stuff man, you are breaking new ground on the Bari! Great to hear electric mando with that warm, modern sound...Nice tunes and it sound happening, very cool! I will spread the word as a lot of my students would really dig it too. Thanks again!!!" __________________

John McGann, Associate Professor, Strings - Berklee College of Music