Barry Weeks

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Barry Weeks
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Background information
Born (1961-12-12) December 12, 1961 (age 61)
Alexandria, Virginia, US
  • Music Producer
  • Composer
  • Songwriter
Years active1989–present
  • Universal Music Group
  • Capital CMG music publishing
  • Brentwood Benson Music Publishing
  • Radiate Music

Barry Weeks, is a record producer, songwriter and mixer. As a producer and songwriter he has garnered multiple Grammy and Dove award nominations and multiple BMI awards as well as several #1s and multiple top 10 songs. Barry's songs have been licensed for use on ESPN, NBC, CBS and many other networks. Barry has worked with many well known artists such as Kelly Clarkson, Backstreet Boys, Francesca Battistelli, and Dave Barnes.


Barry was born in Alexandria, Virginia. He attended Pimmit Hills Elementary School and George C. Marshall High School in Falls Church, Virginia. He went on to attend National Business College in Roanoke, Virginia. In 1990 his music career began to help form the Christian music trio "Holy Wind". They released three records as well as performed at multiple Amway conventions across the country. He started his producing and recording career in 1991 forming Duke Recording studio in Vinton, Virginia. Barry produced a record for the Multi Grammy and Dove award-winning group The Imperials in 1995. One year later he joined the group as a vocalist and toured with them until 1999. He later signed as a writer with Brentwood Benson Music Publishing in 2004 until 2015. He is currently a staff writer at Radiate Music Publishing in Franklin, TN.

He has had his songs recorded by Mandisa, Kutless, VERIDIA, The Booth Brothers, and many others.[1]







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