It shouldn't work....
A young man with a notebook full of descriptive lyrics and a head full of melodies that combine blues, pop, and soul. A keen eye observing human behavior and emotion. A simple voice that roots out the subtle nuance of a phrase.
In today's pop climate, it shouldn't work. But this Award-Winning* singer/songwriter makes it work.
Holcombe's first collection of songs won the Semi-Finals 2003 Disc Makers Southeast Independent World Series and includes the latin-tinged blues of "Liar's Game" and the wistful poignancy of "Listen To The Children."
"At various times Holcombe’s pieces have been autobiographical, philosophical or historical, but he’s probably best known for the gritty tune One Too Many in Love which he co-wrote with Michael McDonald." ~ Nashville City Paper
*2009 HMMA for Best Acoustic Folk Song.