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"Those Midnight Blues"

Richie Barron" The Barron of the Blues" and his " Funk-n-Blues Crew have been featured much more than once or twice on my shows! Richie knows how to produce great CD's. His Trks. will always be a part of my permanent Jump Blues playlist. I am especially fond of his arrangement of BB-Kings. "Thats why I sing the Blues. I love those horns.... and everything else to! His CD's are well engineered, produced and mixed given that many of the trks. are recorded from live events. I can't stop playing them! John Connors, April 14th 2006 - John Connors, WWPV FM 88.7


"Richie Barron "Hiway 2000" CD review"

Guitar slinger Richie Barron's lastest offering both rocks and bops along "Highway 2000" Began his road career at 19 in clubs from Dallas to Chicago with Frank Beard of ZZ Top doing a stint on drums along the way. "Highway" has a little something for everybody with 11 originals. "Doctor Tequlia" starts the party rolling and Barron recalls his time on the road in his "Nomad Chevrolet" or dropping by "Grandpa's Farm" He's had some fun along the way as he testifies to in "Tahoe Boogie" [Up where the dice are rollin, whiskey's flowin free] Some of his vocals recall Leon Russell and Barron makes it clear he's paid some dues with " Down to the end of the Line" and "Waitin on the Mailman" It's nice to hear Stewart Viet's saxaphone and Rich Armstrong's trumpet complimenting Barron's Blues-rock stylings. - Blues on Stage/ Mike Martindale


""Capitolist Blues tune from Marin County""

Dan Aykroyd comments on Richie's song" Rather have the Green than the Blues" in radio interview. - CBS Radio/ House of blues


"Rather Have the Green than the Blues"

Richie is a strog guitarist and he has the right attitude. His music is hard hitting in the Oakland tradition,but it still has a tounge-in-cheek qualitywhich makes it very easy to listen to.This delivery is tried and true, and it's bound to make a lasting impression on blues lovers everywhere.A couple of decades back, Otis Rush made the statement" Give me my flowers now" It appears Richie Barron is making a similar statement with his current offering" I'd Rather have the Green than the Blues" Me too!! - Vintage Guitar Magazine/"Shakin" Dave Hussong


Discography

1990; "Secrets in the Night CD got west coast & European airplay. 1996:" Rather have the Green than the Blues" on CBS "house of Blues" radio w/ Dan Aykroyd interviews. 2000: Richie Barron and Hwy. 2000 CD: play on " House of Blues" radio. New "Live in 05" CD and DVD Done July 04 and DVD July 05 Buy CD's on line at: www.musicdistributors.com and www.bikertruth.com. Two stations in Reno Nv. play richie's tunes all the time. also lot of play in Europe and Australia. Hear on www.soundclick.com/richiebarron website also

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Bio

Richie Barron started "on the road" at 19, Had a band in late 60's with Frank Beard of later ZZ Top fame on drums. Played venues from New York to Los Angeles and all points in between. Started in the old Sahara Casino Hotel's in Tahoe and Las Vegas in 1971.