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Lockwood Barr Releases HIGHly Anticipated Video for New Single

Nashville based singer/songwriter and California native, Lockwood Barr, is excited to announce the release of her music video for her upcoming single “High Wears Off.” The video is live footage from "The Amber Sound" studio in Nashville where Barr and her band recorded the highly anticipated tune, produced by Ryan Youmans and mixed by Matt Odmark. This is the first single following the 2016 release of her sophomore LP Signs Along the Road.

"I've been working on new material for so long and I'm excited to share it with everyone," says Barr. "I started finding my sound and honing my craft withSigns Along the Road and I really feel like "High Wears Off" reflects how far I've come as an artist and represents the direction I've been going towards."

About Lockwood Barr

From the moment she steps into the spotlight and begins picking her banjo - her dad’s 1972 Gibson Mastertone to be exact - it’s undeniable that being on stage is where Lockwood Barr feels most at home. Selected as an emerging artist by the Country Music Association in both 2016 and 2017, this Tiburon, CA native songwriter and Vanderbilt graduate was also awarded an Independent Country Music Association award as banjo player and vocalist for the Nashvegas Ramblers. Barr released her most recent project, Signs Along the Road, last summer, which was produced by Matt Odmark of the Grammy Award-winning band Jars of Clay. “She has the goods…” writes Music Row Magazine. “Extremely promising.” For more information, visit


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