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“Strange Bird” from Andrew Combs’ second full-length album, All These Dreams, captures the warm, windswept feeling of Harry Nilsson’s version of “Everybody’s Talkin’,” with a whistle solo that reminds us just how effortless great songs make great talent sound. “Rainy Dog Song,” “Nothing to Lose,” and “Suwannee County” recall an early-‘70s country-influenced, acoustic-based pop music where the song was key. Much credit goes to Nashville producers Jordan Lehning and Skylar Wilson, who provide the songs with the spit-shine they deserve.

Customer Reviews

He did it again! Great record.

Love this new record. It was going to be hard to top his debut record Worried Man but he does it.
He makes his words count, turning phrases cleverly and drawing out "all the feelings" including plenty of nostalgia.

I can hear all sort of influences in this record from 70’s singer songwriters to respected country artists of years gone by. He is an astute observer of the human spirit and life in general. He speaks of love and vulnerability in songs like In the Name of You, All These Dreams and Rainy Day Song. He sings of redemption in Pearl and Slow Road to Jesus.

He's crafted fun and deft tunes in “Foolin’” which pokes fun of the current state of social media and Strange Bird which (in addition to some great whistling) reveals a guy's experience with lots of different birds but is still looking for that special one.

My favorite song keeps changing but I think its Nothing to Lose. Just a stellar mix of great lyrics, melody and arrangements.

Great album!

Spotify introduced me to Andrew Combs and when "Rainy Say Song" came on I just had to stop and check it out. Invoking the soulful spirit of Jim Croce, Andrew weaves songs you could listen to again and again. The whole album is stuffed with lush heartfelt songs that satisfy. You will not be sad adding this to your playlist.

Love the Album

Saw Andrew Combs last year in Baltimore when he opened for Anderson East. Enjoyed him as much if not better than Anderson East. Although very different type of music than Anderson East. Love the album. Keep up the good work and I look forward to more music from Mr. Combs in the future!


Born: December 19, 1986 in Dallas, Texas

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '10s

A talented Dallas, Texas-reared, Nashville, Tennessee-based singer/songwriter with a knack for pairing golden-hued, vintage country-pop in the vein of Mickey Newbury, Guy Clark, Harry Nilsson, and Townes Van Zandt, with contemporary indie Americana, Andrew Combs' released his debut EP Tennessee Time independently in 2010. The collection garnered positive reviews, and by 2012 Combs had inked a publishing deal with Razor & Tie and issued his debut full-length album, Worried Man. The following year...
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