Notably Texan
6:05 pm
Wed February 19, 2014

Danny Barnes continues to pioneer new sounds

Danny Barnes has made a name for himself as an unclassifiable artist whose skills on the banjo are unrivaled.

He founded Austin's Bad Livers in the 1990's, a band which many credit with paving the way for the current Americana and crossover music craze (Ie. The Lumineers, Mumford and Sons, etc.), and his solo career spans the past 14 years.

Danny calls in from a current tour in Texas to talk about his latest experimental album "shri 108," about the forming of Bad Livers 15 years ago, his latest "barnyard electronics" endeavor, his love for browsing through vinyl in stores, and much more.

Matt Meinke talks with Danny Barnes live during Notably Texan.

Barnes plays a show in Denton on Thursday night, Feb. 20 at Dan's Silverleaf with Billy Bright.

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