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Jennah Barry

Her debut album is full of “juicy gossip” and a voice as sweet as honey.

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With a folk guitar, a slide guitar and a voice as sweet as honey, Jennah Barry's first album Young Men is "a lot of juicy gossip," she says, drawing on a string of loves lost and won between the South Shore and Toronto. Recorded at the Old Confidence Lodge in Riverport over the past year, Barry says producer Diego Medina gave the 11 tracks their moonlit magic, along with a few banjo licks by Old Man Luedecke. Her songs have the maturity of an old-hand at romance, tough to let go of and so easy to love.

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