Janie performed in-studio for WFUV’s Sunday Supper before she headlines at Rockwood Music Hall in John Platt’s On Your Radar series on February 13.
Bill Copeland Music News featured Janie’s album You See This River and her upcoming shows.
Janie was invited to contribute an essay for New York Metro Parents’ “Local Voices” column.
Janie Barnett reflects on one of the biggest influences and inspirations of You See This River, raising her daughter, on A Child Grows in Brooklyn.
Nature Mountain Radio added “You See This River” to their regular rotation.
Jason Velasquez of The Greylock Glass named You See This River “one of the very best albums in the Americana universe certainly of 2017, and likely this decade.”
Janie spoke with DJ Artie Martello of Mostly Folk about the inspiration behind many of her songs on You See This River.
“From Texas And Beyond” has named You See This River one of their Albums of the Year in their Fall/Winter 2017 MegaSeries.
Janie’s song “Wrap Me Up” from her album You See This River was included in an episode of Folk Roots Radio with Jan Hall, who called it “an excellent album.”
The Greylock Glass had Janie on as a special guest for an episode of Cornbread Cafe, where she talked about her music career and her upcoming performance with Paula Cole at The Center for Arts in Natick.
Host Charlie Silvestri had Janie on as a special guest for an episode of his performance and interview radio program, Up Close and Acoustic.
The Blues and Roots Music Blog featured Janie and the inspiration behind her record, You See This River.
High Regard Show interviewed Janie about her Urban Americana Holiday Party at City Winery and her song “Buy That Thing.”
Americana podcast The Miller Tells Her Tale played “Sweet Thursday” from Janie’s newest album, You See This River.
The Alternate Root spotlighted Janie’s song “Sweet Thursday” from her recent release, You See This River as one of their favorite songs of the week.
Inspirer Magazine spoke with Janie about her album, You See This River, saying “This album is the purest, self-reflective work she has released.”
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.”