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Upcoming Shows

Monday 14th March 2016 – Brixton Windmill 8pm 

With Sopranistas, Yetzer Hara Box and Dan Raza

Upcoming Shows

Saturday 31st October 2015 – Bermondsey Blue Market 2pm

Friday 6th November 2015 – Lancaster Folk Club at The Three Mariners

Friday 20th November 2015 – West Street Loft, Shoreham-on-Sea

Thursday 18th November 2015 – Ron’s Speakeasy at The Duke, Deptford


Upcoming Shows

Saturday 27th June 2015 – St Albans Folk Festival

Sunday 28th June 2015 – Leigh-on-Sea Folk Festival

Sunday 5th July 2015 – Crystal Palace Road Street Party

Saturday 8th August 2015 – Tooting Folk & Blues Festival


Escape From Clinch Mountain available on CD or download at


2015 Live Dates

So far for 2015 we will be at the following places:

Wednesday 4th February 2015 – Easycome
The White Horse, 20-22 Peckham Rye, London SE15 4JR

Friday 20th February 2015 – Lost Horizons Folk Club
The Birkbeck Tavern, London, E11 4HL, 8pm

Saturday 21st February 2015 – live on the Hello Goodbye Show
Resonance FM

Sunday 15th March 2015 – Folk Sundays at The Old Hat
14 Alexandra Street, Southend-on-Sea, SS1 1BU

Friday 3rd April 2015 – Tiller Flat Folk Club
Aboard the Golden Hinde, London Bridge – 1, Pickfords Wharf, Clink Street, London SE1 9DG

Saturday 9th May 2015 – Holmfirth Folk Festival

Saturday 27th June 2015 – St Albans Folk Festival

Sunday 28th June 2015 – Leigh-on-Sea Folk Festival

Album of The Week!

Our new album features as Album of The Week on Fatea Magazine’s radio show, All Along The Tracks. Listen to 3 tracks on episode 135:
(Our tracks are first, last am at 30min 55s, with lots of good stuff in between!)

Pre Order the New Album!

To pre-order the new album go to our bandcamp page:
Release date: 16th February 2015

Album Review from Fatea Magazine:
“”Escape From Clinch Mountain” represents their first full length album and upon hearing it you realise that it’s something that you hadn’t realised that you had been missing, it’s an album that immediately makes its self at home, pulls a chair up to the kitchen table, pours two fingers of whiskey and starts to regale you with fascinating tales… Actually there’s something of the pioneer/adventurer about the album, it does have a wild feel to it, a real sense of freedom and whilst it draws on folk traditions it uses them to inspire and create a sound that is The Bara Bara Band.”

Album review from FolkWords:
“‘Escape from Clinch Mountain’ does nothing by halves, no insipid middle-road here, this is trademark Bara Bara Band music. Taking its diversity totally under control, it ranges comfortably between innovative old-time Americana to slightly psychedelia-tinged British folk.”