Sally Barker (born 19 September 1959, Barrow upon Soar, Leicestershire, England) is an English folk singer and songwriter, known for her solo work and as a founding member of The Poozies. After winning the Kendal Songsearch Competition in 1986, Barker began touring in a support capacity to acts such as Fairport Convention, Taj Mahal, Richard Thompson, Wishbone Ash and Roy Harper. Her self-titled first album was well-received and contained cover versions of songs previously featured in her live act. Sally Barker's second release, "This Rhythm Is Mine", showed the ongoing development of her maturing musical potential, and in 1990, she opened for both Bob Dylan and Robert Plant in Germany. The album also receivied a U.S. release on Ryko's Hannibal label.