Read The Alternate Root’s Review of You See This River!

The Alternate Root reviewed You See This River in their “On The Radar” section, saying “You See This River blends front porch banjo with the Folk Rock of “Sweet Thursday”, sparkles the air with notes to wrap around “This Small World”, warms the words of “Good Crazy Thing” with lightly touched instrumentation, and toasts “Another Round Before I Go” on a bubbling beat.”

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Janie Barnett and Blue Room (from the album You See This River)
Growing up in Virginia, Janie Barnett was surrounded by the music of Bluegrass. She made her way into the world of Folk music, eventually succumbing to the Americana inclusiveness of sound. Janie gathers friends and players together as Blue Room for her latest release, You See This River. Now Brooklyn, New York-based, Janie Barnett and Blue Room uses the power of voices as the foundation for their three-quarter time reworking of the hymn, “How Can I Keep from Singing” while they borrow a period tune from the Civil War with their take on Stephen Foster’s “Better Times are Coming”. You See This River blends front porch banjo with the Folk Rock of “Sweet Thursday”, sparkles the air with notes to wrap around “This Small World”, warms the words of “Good Crazy Thing” with lightly touched instrumentation, and toasts “Another Round Before I Go” on a bubbling beat. Janie Barnett and Blue Room offer a post-election anthem and DIY guide for the times with “Face the Voodoo”, count out cash on a heartbeat rhythm to “Buy That Thing”, and lazily open the title track before setting the course for “You See This River” on the ebb and flow cadence of a percussive rattle.
Listen and buy the music of Janie Barnett and Blue Room from AMAZON
https://janiebarnett.com/