Barry was born 17/06/85 and raised in Scotland. He is currently sitting an Honours Degree in Music Technology and Commercial Music.
It is only just recently that his music has stepped up from a hobby into a more semi-professional level.
His ascent was fast and with just an acoustic guitar, an ear for music and a strong hope to take it to the top; no-one has doubted him yet.
Over the last year, he has been touring making his name more and more popular throughout his local area and has rapidly picked up lots of performing, recording and producing experience.
Over a short period of time after this, his name kept on coming up in the main cities and towns of Scotland such as Glasgow, Edinburgh, Stirling and Falkirk.
This year has been non stop touring and studio work for him, putting most of his hours into rehearsing for live performances, writing new songs and recording.
His Mailing List is accumulating fast from people signing up at every gig he plays, with more and more new faces turning up to watch him play again and again.
He is currently working with a musician from the band, Runrig, a very successful Scottish band who have sold albums all over Europe (Germany, Denmark, Belgium etc...). He has taught Barry the main necessities of the music industry, performing and recording.
He has definitely brought out the best in Barry’s music ability.
"Live performances are one of the best ways to promote a band, so I always make sure I am on top form before I walk on stage. Treat each gig professionally” - Barry Price
He recently had his demo “Living in my shoes” played on Scottish National radio (Beat 106) and became what’s known as a Beat Breaker (one of the best emerging talent in Scotland).
His music career is slowly building and it is only a matter of time before he is spotted by the right person to make an impact on this era’s music industry.
(Written By John Thompson 2004)
" One of Scotlands Finest new Singer-Songwriters....Simply Stunning"
- JIM GELLATLY, BEAT 106
"One of the Hottest new Talents to Emerge from our Shores"
- RICK FULTON, DAILY RECORD