Barry Palmer

Barry Palmer

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Barry Palmer is a songwriter with New England roots and a Nashville soul. A lover of the classic legends of country-western music, Palmer strives to write songs that are catchy, real and with an authentic Nashville voice.

Biography

Growing up in New Hampshire, Palmer always loved the Nashville sound. He is a dedicated student of the Grand Ole Opry greats, from Hank Williams and Marty Robbins, to Tammy Wynette and Loretta Lynn. Palmer has written over fifty songs, ranging from country and bluegrass to songs reflecting his deep personal spirituality. Meeting The Jordanaires in 2003 proved to be a turning point for him, when they enthusiastically agreed to record and produce his first demo CD, "Saturday's Child." Since then, Palmer has traveled to Nashville several times to lay down more tracks and record his second CD, "Pure Country."

Palmer is currently looking for a professional country singer to take his music and run with it. Serious musicians and industry professionals are encouraged to contact him.

Discography

"Saturday's Child: The Barry Palmer Songbook"
"Pure Country: The Barry Palmer Songbook, Vol. II"