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Original traditional country music with a twist on everyday relationships, combined with a little blues and rock. sure to make you smile.

5 MP3 Songs
COUNTRY: Traditional Country, COUNTRY: Country Blues



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THE BARBARA CECIL BIOGRAPHY

Barbara Cecil was born in Indianapolis, Indiana, and moved out west to the rural countryside of Oregon when she was three years old. Being the last child of four children, she found herself growing up somewhat alone. Barbara found out at an early age she could entertain herself by singing. In fact she developed a strong powerful voice, by singing at the top of her lungs and as loud as she wanted. She knew that no one could hear her, way out in the woods.

After high school, Barbara sang through the local pageant circuit, and sang for a local country band. IN 1994 Barbara started singing as a solo performer at state and county fairs throughout the Pacific Northwest performing her favorite kind of music, country. Anything from Patsy Cline to Shania Twain.

Wanting to be taken more seriously Barbara started working with several local country bands, and writing her own music. In 1998 she opened for national recording artist Chris Ledoux and self released her first CD titled, "Big Trouble Now". In 1999 Barbara Started "The Barbara Cecil Band" and performed for one season.

In November of 2000, Barbara joined a nine piece 50s and 60s rock n roll show band called "Johnny Limbo and the Lugnuts", as their only female singer, singing leads and backup harmonies.( https://www.tradebit.com) Barbara continues to write music and is working on songs for her next CD.


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Barbara Cecil
Local artist cuts limited edition CD (positively entertainment Magazine)

Big Trouble Now is a limited edition CD featuring five songs written by Barbara Cecil, a northwest regional country music singer/songwriter. The CD was recorded at B. Kirsten productions in Portland, Oregon. The musicians featured on Big Trouble Now include Brent Rogers, Jay Shuffle, Jason Bagette, Christine kokesh and Jason Stewart.

The title track is an upbeat traditional country song about a woman whose better half has done something wrong and is trying to make things right by doing things around the house he wouldn't normally do. The key words are: I don't know what he's done but I sure am having fun, 'cause boy he's in big trouble now."

Big Trouble Now and Don't Be Sayin ( the second song on the CD) are both songs that have a funny twist on everyday relationships. She is Love is a beautiful ballad dedicated to the memory of Eloise Cecil, Barbara's mother in law. Barbara adds a little bit of blues with What kind of fool and ends with What's A Girl to Do?, a true story about a courtship that leads to marriage.


POSITIVELY ENTERTAINMENT MAGAZINE (by K.T.)

"She is a polished performer, with stage presence and delivery that are as big as the great outdoors."
Cecil entertains and struts, yet her humanity emanates out to the audience. She makes strangers into friends and friends into fans. She is such a shining talent and sincere performer that you like her right away. Cecil's voice is an example of the classic "country girl" voice; soft and pretty on the ballads and rowdy on the boot scooters."


OREGON STATE FAIR (Oregon state fair board and Top Hat Productions)

"Her appearance at the Oregon state fair was sensational she has wonderful stage presence and her act is both high spirited and exciting."


WASHINGTON COUNTY FAIR (Mary Putzler, entertainment Coordinator)
"Once again she was marvelous, she has a beautiful voice, her style of music and talent, would help make any venue a great success!"

AMERICAN COUNTRY MAGAZINE (Roger Alvey)
(From a review of JB's Roadhouse Restaurant)

"Our entertainer Barbara Cecil was decked out in cowgirl fashion, short skirt, boots, and a gun belt slung over one hip. She meandered throughout the restaurant and lounge singing country western favorites new and old. This tall blond sang songs by LeeAnn Rimes, Shania Twain and Martina McBride among others, and did credit to each of the artists. What a Talent!"


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