Anything Can Happen

This is the 4th Solo Release of UK Singer- Actor John Barr Features classic songs taken from the world of Musical Theatre and The Contemporary Cabaret Scene. The music tells…

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This is the 4th Solo Release of UK Singer- Actor John Barr

Features classic songs taken from the world of Musical Theatre and The Contemporary Cabaret Scene. The music tells a story of Life and Love, and includes a brand new song by Dean Pitchford and Tom Snow entitled “I AMAZE MYSELF”

The album features some of the UK’s most exciting pianists and arrangers and of course the unmistakeable voice of John Barr.

Track Listing

1 Anything Can Happen
2 Tear Up The Town
3 Some Enchanted Evening
4 Half As Big As Life
5 The Impossible Dream
6 All The Things You Are
7 So Far
8 What Matters Most
9 Getting Over You
10 I Amaze Myself
11 Superbird
12 Secrets
13 What Kind Of Fool Am I?
14 Taking The Wheel
15 The Secret O' Life
16 Some Other Time

Praise for Anything Can Happen…

  • “John Barr’s voice rings with thrillingly relaxed confidence.”

    — David Benedict, The Observer 2002.
  • “John’s voice is better than ever, very relaxed and at ease with the material.”

    — Chris Goepfert – Cabaret Scenes 2002.
  • “There’s a naturalness in Barr’s vocals that makes one almost feel as though he’s talking to you… a warmly molded selection of songs…The decision to use only piano and guitar for “Anything Can Happen” gives the set an intimate atmosphere, heightening Barr’s rich baritone. Barr’s musicians are flawless, as are the dazzling arrangements.”

    — Jeff Rossen – July 2002 – Cabaret Scenes.
  • “John Barr’s latest album, Anything Can Happen, is his best yet, and is a testament to his growing maturity as an artist. He offers Rodgers and Hammerstein side-by-side with Stephen Schwartz and John Bucchino, Janis Ian beside Neil Sedaka, and Bernstein next to Bacharach. Barr’s musical choices are always refreshing, and his rich tenor renderings of them gorgeously judged.”

    — Mark Shenton – July 2002 (Theatre critic for BBC LONDON and the SUNDAY EXPRESS).
  • “You’ll probably not find a better version of “What Kind of Fool Am I?” this side of Anthony Newley himself … among other songs in a wide-ranging choice of material that shows off the voice and inherent acting ability of Mr.Barr very well indeed.”

    — Michael Darvell – July 10th 2002 — What's On in London.

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JOHN BARR - Biography JOHN BARR trained at the Sylvia Young Theatre School. He made his stage debut at the age of 12 in the West End production of "OLIVER". Since then he has appeared in JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR, ANNIE,…