TIM BARRY: TWO NIGHTS! TWO DIFFERENT SETS!

Broadberry Entertainment Group Presents

TIM BARRY: TWO NIGHTS! TWO DIFFERENT SETS!

Julie Karr, Josh Small, Andrew Alli

Sun, November 11, 2018

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

The Camel

Richmond, VA

$15.00

This event is all ages

TIM BARRY: TWO NIGHTS! TWO DIFFERENT SETS!
TIM BARRY: TWO NIGHTS! TWO DIFFERENT SETS!
Tim Barry has been kicking around the musical underground for nearly 20 years, first as the front man for legendary Virginian punk heroes Avail, and more recently as a singer-songwriter with a penchant for constructing beautiful folk and country tunes. Dude's been particularly busy the past few years, gigging relentlessly, including yearly participation in The Revival Tour with fellow travelers Chuck Ragan (Hot Water Music), Ben Nichols (Lucero), and Tom Gabel (Against Me!), and generating a steady stream of recordings. Late last year, he released a split 7" EP with pal Frank Turner (co-released by Epitaph and Suburban Home), while 2010 will see the arrival of "28th & Stonewall", Barry's third full length recording, a masterful collection of heartsick dirges, wry commentary, and upbeat stomp-alongs. Suburban Home Records.
Josh Small
Josh Small
I met Josh like many people have, through his playing in Tim Barry's band. Josh, though, is about to make a name for himself through his incredible debut album for Suburban Home, "Tall by Josh Small". "Tall" is 12 beautiful songs that recall folk from the 70's or as I like to explain a bluesy roots rock. Whatever you call it, know that finding an artist like Josh is one in a million. He is a talented multi-instrumentalist who can also sing and write and just one of those folks that makes you realize your lack of musical talent. Contrary to his talents, Josh is an incredibly down to earth person who is humble and easy to talk to. I guess that is what made the biggest impression on me. That and one night when we all got drunk together, he convinced me that Bears and Dogs were related.
Venue Information:
The Camel
1621 W. Broad Street
Richmond, VA, 23220
http://www.thecamel.org