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Emily Barker

Emily Barker

Emily Barker


Emily Barker (born 1983 in Bridgetown, Western Australia) is an Australian songwriter and singer. In addition to a solo album "Photos. Fires. Fables.", she recorded two album as the-low-country. Currently she performs and records as Emily Barker & The Red Clay Halo. As a teenager, Barker was known to sing heavy metal and soul covers at high-school assemblies. She first entered the British music scene via the Cambridge Folk Festival in 2002, where she appeared with Rob Jackson, Boo Hewerdine’s guitarist. Read more on Last.fm
Emily Barker (born 1983 in Bridgetown, Western Australia) is an Australian songwriter and singer. In addition to a solo album "Photos. Fires. Fables.", she recorded two album as the-low-country.

Currently she performs and records as Emily Barker & The Red Clay Halo. As a teenager, Barker was known to sing heavy metal and soul covers at high-school assemblies. She first entered the British music scene via the Cambridge Folk Festival in 2002, where she appeared with Rob Jackson, Boo Hewerdine’s guitarist. The success of this performance led them to form a band called the-low-country, in which Barker was the songwriter and front person. They released two albums (the first being in 2003), played numerous alt-country venues and festivals, and enjoyed several plays on John Peel’s show. 2005 saw the birth of Emily Barker & The Red Clay Halo, consisting of Barker and the all-female trio of Anna Jenkins, Jo Silverston and Gill Sandell who collectively provide backing harmony vocals and who respectively play violin, cello and musical saw, and accordion, piano and flute. The band’s second studio album, Despite The Snow, was recorded in live sessions in a 16th century barn in Norfolk.

Self-released in November 2008 on Emily’s own label Everyone Sang, the album again garnered much praise. February 2011 saw the release of Almanac. Dear River followed in 2013. * Official site Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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