Top Dave Barnes Albums
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Sorry's so Hard to Say (Remix) - Single
Sorry's so Hard to Say (Remix) - Single
[2020]
Dreaming in Electric Blue
Dreaming in Electric Blue
[2020]
Love Somebody - Single
Love Somebody - Single
[2020]
Be Without You - Single
Be Without You - Single
[2020]
Who Knew It Would Be so Hard to Be Myself
Who Knew It Would Be so Hard to Be Myself
[2018]
Who Knew It Would Be So Hard, Vol. 2 - EP
Who Knew It Would Be So Hard, Vol. 2 - EP
[2018]
Who Knew (Vol. 1) - EP
Who Knew (Vol. 1) - EP
[2017]
Carry on, San Vicente
Carry on, San Vicente
[2016]
Hymns for Her - EP
Hymns for Her - EP
[2015]
Golden Days
Golden Days
[2014]
A December to Remember
A December to Remember
[2013]
Stories to Tell
Stories to Tell
[2012]
Stories to Tell (Bonus Track Version)
Stories to Tell (Bonus Track Version)
[2012]
Very Merry Christmas
Very Merry Christmas
[2010]
Very Merry Christmas (Bonus Track Version)
Very Merry Christmas (Bonus Track Version)
[2010]
Select Songbook Instrumentals - EP
Select Songbook Instrumentals - EP
[2010]
What We Want, What We Get
What We Want, What We Get
[2010]
You, the Night & Candlelight - EP
You, the Night & Candlelight - EP
[2009]
Me and You and the World
Me and You and the World
[2008]
Chasing Mississippi
Chasing Mississippi
[2006]
Brother, Bring the Sun
Brother, Bring the Sun
[2004]
Three, Then Four - EP
Three, Then Four - EP
[2002]
Duets & Collaborations (1)
Related Information for Dave Barnes
Dave Barnes is a Nashville-based singer-songwriter (born June 20, 1978). There are strong elements of soul and R&B in Dave's new material, indicative of the diverse influences exerted on him during his childhood in the deep south.Here is some background information on Dave Barnes from the Mine To Love Songfacts: Barnes gained a lot of recognition after his song "God Gave Me You" became a hit single for Blake Shelton. Barnes' fifth album, Stories To Tell was his first release since his breakthrough. The album was recorded in Los Angeles with producer John Fields, marking the first time Barnes had recorded outside of his home town Nashville. It was released on March 13, 2012.... read more