MOKB Premiere : Barna Howard : Promise I Won’t Laugh

If you listened to MOKB’s Blog Radio show today, you probably heard the lovely track Promise I Won’t Laugh from Missouri born Singer-Songwriter Barna Howard. Howard currently resides in Portland and attributes Bert Jansch, Neil Young, Townes Van Zandt and James Talley as major influences. While his travels over the years give him inspiration during the songwriting process, he credits characters in his life as young man as his main source.

We are very pleased to debut the first song off his upcoming self-titled LP being released through Mama Bird Recording on February 21st. You can download simple, but beautiful Promise I Won’t Laugh below.

MP3 : Barna Howard – Promise I Won’t Laugh

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    January 17, 2012 [ 4:59 pm ]

    […] Howard’s “Promise I Won’t Laugh” debuts on My Old Kentucky Blog. The track is off of his upcoming self-titled LP to be released on February 21 through Mama Bird […]

  • James B

    January 17, 2012 [ 5:33 pm ]

    I think you hit the head on the nail with the “simple, but beautiful” introduction of the song.


    January 17, 2012 [ 5:52 pm ]

    […] Hear & download the new single, “Promise, I Won’t Laugh” now via My Old Kentucky Blog! […]

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    January 29, 2012 [ 8:00 pm ]

    […] “Promise I Won’t Laugh” is the first single from the upcoming Barna Howard self-titled LP, out February 21st. Grab the download at MOKB. […]

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    June 8, 2012 [ 3:37 pm ]

    […] introduction to Howard came in January via MOKB’s premier of his debut single “Promise I Won’t Laugh.” I loved the track, but admittedly forgot to return to […]

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