• December 6, 2010 - "All Come Home" CD released. This CD includes 12 new songs by The Ship, including title song, which was released in December 2009. The entire album was recorded in a "virtual" studio. Tracks were recorded and uploaded from the band members' respective homes across the country, and they were mixed and mastered by Jim Barton at his studio in Philadelphia.

  • December 3, 2009 – The Ship releases its first new song in 33 years -- "All Come Home" by James Barton -- as a free holiday download. Joined by Jim's daughter Nora Barton on cello, Ship members contributed tracks from their respective homes in Philadelphia, Nashville, Madison, Mountain View, and Seattle - with Jim handling the final mix in his home studio. We wish you all the joys of the holidays; may you all come home!

  • June 6, 2009 – The Ship performed live on WFMT’s Folkstage in Chicago. Hosted by Rich Warren, this performance was broadcast over the web, at http://www.wfmt.com.

  • March 9, 2009 – “Left In The Wake” CD released. This CD features 16 songs which have never been previously released. All nine musicians from the group’s six year existence in the 1970’s are represented on this CD.

  • February 13, 2009 – “Tornado” CD released. This re-release of the group’s 1976 album has been remastered and contains the first recordings from the period after Jim Barton, Rick Frank and Jeff James joined the group.

  • January 20, 2009 – “One More Night Like This” CD released. This compilation of 15 songs from the original five members of the group highlights their acoustic folk music roots.

  • April 19, 2008 – Reunion concert at Channing-Murray Foundation in Urbana, Illinois. The group played 20 songs for their first concert together in over 30 years.