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Stories To Tell

by Dave Barnes

Stories To Tell by Dave Barnes

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Stories To Tell

by Dave Barnes

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Label: Razor & Tie Label
On his fourth studio effort, Dave Barnes continues to straddle the line between pop and CCM, appealing to mainstream radio while letting Christian fans feel like he's all theirs. Recorded in Los Angeles with producer John Fields (Switchfoot, Jonas Brothers, Pink), this marks the first time Barnes has ventured outside Nashville to make a record, resulting in a decidedly slicker, synth sound. It's very electronic for a singer-songwriter, but it works for Barnes, who's always been a genre hopper. Don't miss "Mine to Love," an emotional ode to his first child, and the funky, fun "Heaven Help Me."

About This Album

On his fourth studio effort, Dave Barnes continues to straddle the line between pop and CCM, appealing to mainstream radio while letting Christian fans feel like he's all theirs. Recorded in Los Angeles with producer John Fields (Switchfoot, Jonas Brothers, Pink), this marks the first time Barnes has ventured outside Nashville to make a record, resulting in a decidedly slicker, synth sound. It's very electronic for a singer-songwriter, but it works for Barnes, who's always been a genre hopper. Don't miss "Mine to Love," an emotional ode to his first child, and the funky, fun "Heaven Help Me."

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About This Album

On his fourth studio effort, Dave Barnes continues to straddle the line between pop and CCM, appealing to mainstream radio while letting Christian fans feel like he's all theirs. Recorded in Los Angeles with producer John Fields (Switchfoot, Jonas Brothers, Pink), this marks the first time Barnes has ventured outside Nashville to make a record, resulting in a decidedly slicker, synth sound. It's very electronic for a singer-songwriter, but it works for Barnes, who's always been a genre hopper. Don't miss "Mine to Love," an emotional ode to his first child, and the funky, fun "Heaven Help Me."