Barbara Stant began her music career at Norfolk, Virginia's Shiptown Records. Initially a member of the Idets, Barbara quickly showcased her own talent and caught the attention of Noah Biggs, the label's founder. Recognizing her potential, Barbara was given the opportunity to shine as a featured artist under her new stage name, Barbara Holmes.
Starting off as one of Shiptown Records' session singers for various artists, Barbara Stant soon emerged as a standout performer in her own right. With Noah Biggs' support and belief in her abilities, she embarked on a solo career that would solidify her place in the music industry.
With an impressive start at Shiptown Records and a unique sound that captivated audiences, Barbara Stant's journey from backup singer to acclaimed artist is a testament to her undeniable talent and determination.