Sally Barris

Country Western

Look below at her songwriting credits alone! Nashville-based artist and songwriter, Sally Barris, has managed to be successful in the mainstream world of country music without giving up her folk & Celtic roots.

Her unique style, influenced by artists such as: Tony Rice, Dougie Maclean, & Richard Thompson, is what makes her stand out in a city known for “cookie cutter” talent. Whether in her own hands or those of a well-established artist, such as, Lee Ann Womack, or a newcomer like American Idol finalist, Kellie Pickler, Sally’s music is unmistakably recognizable.

Some catalog highlights include : A Grammy Nomination in 2009 for “Let The Wind Chase You” (Trisha Yearwood), “Reluctant Daughter” (Martina McBride), “Some Things I Know” (Lee Ann Womack), “I’m On My Way” (Kellie Pickler), “The Innocent Years” (Kathy Mattea) and “Honesuckle Sweet” (Jessi Alexander) which appeared in the Miramax film An Unfinished Life. The Minnesota native is currently on tour with her 3rd cd: Restless Soul.

“Songwriter poised to make the breakthrough to international recognition as a major recording artist Like Nanci Griffith, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Mindy Smith and Allison Moorer, Sally Barris doesn’t easily fit into the country genre, but is one of the most talented writers currently working in Nashville.” Alan Cackett Maverick Magazine U.K.

Also available: Little Voice (2004) and Reluctant Daughter (1999).