“With a sublime acoustic guitar solo, it’s no surprise that John Mayer is cited as one of Daniel’s influences……Daniel is definitely on the right track with his song writing and is clearly a very talented guitarist as well. An exciting future is ahead of him.”
Review of ‘The One’, Send Me Your Ears, March 2022
Daniel Barrie is a young upcoming singer-songwriter who uses his imagination, observational skills and love of melody infuse each of his wonderful catchy songs about life.
Dan grew up in the Lake District and now lives in the West Midlands where he has been making waves in the local music scene. He is currently studying at the Academy of Contemporary Music in Guildford.
Since an early age he has had a deep love of music and is inspired by the likes of John Mayer, Tyler Childers, Eric Church, Sam Fender, Chris Stapleton and Ashley McBryde. He has written and recorded songs with his reflections on life.
Described as a ‘gifted guitarist and talented storyteller,’ Daniel brings together Country, folk rock and Americana in songs that move the listener both physically and emotionally. He invites the listener to join him on his journey, as his songs try to make sense of the world through the eyes of a young Man. He has released 6 singles and a live EP and will be releasing a new single in February.
Dan played on the BOA stage at the sold-out Free Radio Hits Live gig at Birmingham’s Resort Arena in November 2021 and also played two stages at the 2021 Godiva festival in Coventry. He supported My Darling Clementine on a Midlands date on their UK Tour. He also played at the Queens Platinum Jubilee event in Kenilworth. He has featured many times on BBC CWR, Amazing Radio (both UK and USA), Abbey Radio and Hillz FM and has collaborated with local musicians across the Coventry and Warwickshire area. He plays live in Guildford and the West Midlands.
‘Daniel Barrie is a very talented artist who has managed to find his music and his unique way of expressing himself that makes him stand out from the mass.”
Edgar Allen Poets, March 2022
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