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Splendid!

If you are a fan of soulful Texas style singer-songwriters of old and new then this guy will fit right in to your collection. As with the other greats, his melodies are simple yet captivating, his lyrics raw and honest and as a bonus his singing is better than most. Couldn't ask for a better debut. Songwriter's Songwriter.

Amazing

This is great. Great songwriting. Great playing. Great hooks. I listen to at least one of these tunes at least once a day. I dance with my wife in the living room to this record. Add this to your collection!

Love it

This is a great cd. I heard it while at Imogene & Willie jean store in Nashville and loved it. I believe great things are in store for Andrew Combs!

Biography

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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