has four original CD’s. Her 1st "Evenings
Bed” was a project of the heart. It was written
songs were written around the
of the homeless
the proceeds of which were
donated to the National Coalition in Washington, earned
her a place in “Who's Who in America”. Songs
like “Human Being” and “Heart's
Dance” have touched many and received critical
During the height of MP3.com she earned her place as
one of the top twenty female blues singers for a year,
and was chosen for the annual CD, with over 12,000 downloads
that year alone.
She has received airplay on NPR Radio and even as far
away as the BBC in the UK with her original blues songs
"One Thin Dime", and "Broken Hearted
Barbara's writing spans many genres and brings a lot
of excitement to her audience with a level of variety
that is rare. She has been working lately on writing
songs for film and television.
Her six piece live band consists of great players that
shared the stage with legends like "Ray Charles",
"WAR", and "Tower of Power", which
can scale down to two depending on the venue.
She has performed throughout the Bay Area at some of
the best clubs and festivals. such as San Francisco's
"Lou's Pier 47", "Rosella's", "The
Matrix" and many more including the famous blues
club "Moe's Alley" where she was asked
to perform weekly shows.