See what others have said about 'Barn Sessions' thus far:
"Breathtaking" - Lee Zimmerman, No Depression
"A name like 'Barn Sessions' really evokes a certain visual aesthetic that Fimm really delivers on... [What] Fimm has released is an elegant throwback to what’s been missing from digital music sales for a growing number of years" - I Hope Your Ears Bleed
“If you enjoy your piano-based alternative with plenty of Fiona Apple meets Under The Pink-era Tori Amos, Sarah Fimm brings plenty to the table you’re sure to enjoy… Hints that she’s equally influenced by the likes of Lisa Gerrard or Maynard James Keenan abound, making for a surprisingly varied listening experience.” - Hear Hear Music
Acclaimed singer-songwriter Sarah Fimm lives within the music and art rich community of Woodstock, NY. After studying and sewing her musical oats at Berklee College of Music in Boston, Sarah went on to independently record and release seven studio albums. Billboard Magazine called her 2002 sophomore album, A Perfect Dream, "one of the most enchanting discoveries of the year,” and Rolling Stone named Nexus one of the top 10 albums of 2004. Her music has been heard on various major motion pictures, Lifetime Network and MTV shows. She has toured and/or recorded with heavy-hitters Bauhaus, Delerium, Iggy Pop, Josh Freese, Earl Slick, Danny Blume, Paul Bushnell, Sara Lee, and Sterling Campbell, among others. Her 2011 release, Near Infinite Possibility was touted by Billboard Magazine, AOL, iTunes, Napster, among others. Stemming from the release of her “Everything Becomes Whole” video, Sarah launched the Inspire Art movement; a global call to all artists, musicians, writers, videographers, and anyone who wants to use their talent to fight for human rights.