By Shelby Sachs
No stranger to Columbia, folk-rock singer, Tim Barry returns with his latest release, 28th & Stonewall, which came out earlier this year. Most well known for his popular 90â€™s punk band Avail, Barry hails from Richmond, VA.
With two full-length albums already under his belt, 28th & Stonewall definitely wonâ€™t disappoint. Barry is one of those songwriters who are not afraid to write songs about hardships and heartache. Simply being â€œrealâ€ and exposing himself to the sort of vulnerability that can be seen in many of his songs is one of the reasons why he has such a devoted fan base.
On March 4, Barry will be making a stop in Columbia to perform an acoustic set at New Brookland Tavern. We can be certain to not only hear songs off of his latest album, but those off of his older albums as well. With this show being one of several, you can find Barry touring all over the country as well as Australia in late April.
Barryâ€™s Suburban Home Records label-mates Ninja Gun will open the show alongside Columbiaâ€™s Say Brother.
New Brookland Tavern
Doors: 7 p.m.