For Immediate Release
Alan Barrington’s Sophomore CD, Looking For A Novel, Delivers Not Only A Story, But Also A Soul
Looking For A Novel is the second self-released cd from singer/songwriter Alan Barrington. Barrington’s time has been well spent with four tracks from this album receiving critical praise from the Suwannee SpringFest (Live Oak, FL), Minnesota Folk Festival, & MOVA Arts Festival (Guntersville, AL), Song Door International Songwriting Competition. He also is a regular at the Charlotte Pops Series.
Looking For A Novel is a blend of inspirational songs with lulling melodies “Bluebird Café; cheeky lyrical gems with bluesy swaggers “Kitchen Technician”; and touching, heartfelt pieces with disciplined instrumentation “No Father, No Mother.”
Looking For A Novel was produced by Steven Swinford (consecutive best pedal steel nominee for the Academy of Country Music). Musicians included on the project are Alan Barrington (vocals, & acoustic/electric guitar), Roger Kohrs (bass), Bill Scott (percussion), Tom Eure/Steven Swinford (mandolin, dobro), Steven Swinford (vocals, pedal steel, electric guitar), Stacy Swinford (vocals), David Huberman (accordion).
If you have yet to hear this artist you are missing out. Barrington has the ability to sing a tune and write a song that paints such a specific moment in time, much like the legendary James Taylor. This artist is sure to make his mark as a triple threat- songwriter, singer and storyteller.
For more information, visit www.alanbarrington.com