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Back by popular demand, singer-songwriter Mary Barry is joined by guitarist extraordinaire Charlie Barfoot and the incomparable Jack Daw on bass, in an intimate setting. Saturday Dec 2. 7:00 – 10:00 p.m. The Black Sheep 164 Water Street, St. John’s, …

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Wreckhouse Happy Hour with Mary Barry Thursday Sept 24th at 16:30 The Social House 171 Water Street St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador . Join us for this Happy Hour show at The Social House on Water Street, featuring Mary Barry who …

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Friday, August 21st at 7:30 pm Mary Barry Accompanist – Kathie Rose A native of St. John’s, Mary Barry is a nationally acclaimed bilingual singer/songwriter who has twice been voted Newfoundland & Labrador’s Female Artist of the Year as well …

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See Mary Perform   Sunday, July 5, 2015 At Tombolo Multicultural Festival On the concourse of the Arts & Culture Centre  

  709 535 0884 info@thecitadelhouse.com 104 Main Street, Lewisporte NL  

  Mary Barry 7:30 pm – Friday June 24, 2015 Tickets: $20, students 13-18 $10, and children, 12 and under FREE. As always, Coffee, Tea and homemade goodies provided. This will be a sensational evening of music. Join us as …

Soundbone Concert June 24 Read More »

  Come see the Mary Barry Quintet on Saturday April 11th 2015, 5:40 p.m. (right after the award presentation) at Martini Bar, 312 Water Street. You can get Eastlink East Coast Music Week 2015 Tickets and Passes here. .

Good news! The NL Folk Festival has the green light to go ahead this morning. The gates open at 9:30 am, with morning tents and workshops starting at 10 am. We have a full day of music, dancing, workshops and …

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Coming This July Tombolo Multi-Cultural Festival – On the Arts & Culture Centre, (outdoors) in St. John’s. July 6th 2014 Placentia Folk Festival – July 26th  in Placentia, NL

August, 18, 2014 Mary Barry returns to Theatre Newfoundland & Labrador’s “Who’s Darkening Our Door” summer music series, taking place in Cow Head, Gros Morne National Park.