Review: Andrew Combs, Worried Man
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
This Texas bred singer/songwriter shouldn’t be a worried man for long if this terrific debut gets the exposure it deserves. Combs is a formidable talent who can swamp rock it up with the best of them on “Big Bad Love” and follow that with one of his most delicate acoustic ballads in “Come Tomorrow,” all wrapped in a honeyed, soulful, puppy dog voice that’s as memorable as the melodies on these eleven tracks. He borrows maybe a little too liberally from Bob Dylan’s New Morning period for this album’s sound, especially on “Take it From Me,” but if you’re going to be influenced by a Dylan disc, that’s as good as any.
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Free Download: The Country Way Digital, Vol. 3
In conjunction with our new country music issue, American Songwriter proudly presents The Country Way Digital Volume 3, featuring 12 must-hear tracks from some of our favorite artists. And the best thing about it? It’s free!
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Exclusive: Hear Two New Songs From Andrew Combs
On April 10, gifted Nashville singer-songwriter Andrew Combs will release the digital singles “Big Bad Love” and “Take It From Me.” There will also be 500 limited edition vinyl 7”, screen-printed and hand-numbered, designed by Andrew Combs and Kristen Beck. Fans will be able to download the singles or pre-order a copy of the 7” on April 10th via Bandcamp.
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Larkin Poe And Andrew Combs Live At Callaghan’s
Calhoun, Georgia sister act Larkin Poe and Nashville singer-songwriter Andrew Combs performed at Callaghan’s Irish Social Club in Mobile, Alabama on 1/16/2012. Check out the photos here.