The Barbara Cassidy Band specializes in songs that look back, with a vivid, golden eye, to evoke strong memories that are totally relatable, especially to seasoned listeners. “Ford Hill Road” is a perfect example as Cassidy’s sweet and kind soprano––complemented by mandolin and a lilting fiddle melody—and it is captured via production that’s remarkably clear and sparkling. Cassidy continues that likeability on the nostalgic “By The Time It Gets Dark” where she intones “Why on Earth should life be so serious?” The soothing “Sideshow” deals with love and loss, showing that Cassidy and her backup players are not about pure escapism. All in all, this act’s good, clean vibes would be ideal for the winery circuit.
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Seeking: Booking, Film/TV Placement
Style: Americana Folk