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Malcolm Holcombe To Release New Album Pretty Little Troubles

Malcolm Holcombe To Release Darrell Scott-Produced Pretty Little Troubles April 7
34-City U.S. Tour Announced| Dates Include Appearances On Music City Roots and Mountain Stage

“Fans of Waits, White, Ray Wylie Hubbard, James McMurtry and other troubadours of the troubled should naturally gravitate to Holcombe…”–American Songwriter
“Holcombe has always been a classic troubadour, a little rough around the edges, no frills and as authentic as it gets.” –No Depression
“… when you see him perform it’s immediately obvious there is nothing contrived about his look or his notebook.” –Blue Ridge Outdoors
“… [his] songs take on the greatest human troubles of our times, wielding the musical arsenal of Americana, folk, country, and rock.” –Blogcritics

Critically lauded North Carolina-based singer-songwriter Malcolm Holcombe will release Pretty Little Troubles (Gypsy Eyes Music) April 7. Produced by Darrell Scott and recorded at The Sanctuary and Hippie Jack’s studios, the album is his 15th studio recording and follows 2016’s Another Black Hole.

In support of the release, Holcombe will embark on a 34-city tour with stops in New Orleans, Richmond, Nashville, Atlanta, Knoxville, Miami, New York, Austin, Baton Rouge, among many others. A full list of dates is below.

“Malcolm Holcombe is an artist of deep mystery and high art,” says producer Darrell Scott. “He is who I listen to, and have for over 20 years—this record goes on my list of “working with my heroes”—all the goods that I value in songs and artistry are in Malcolm—the real deal.”

An acclaimed contemporary of Emmylou Harris and Steve Earle, and an “emotionally captivating” (Isthmus) performer, Holcombe has shared the stage with Merle Haggard, Richard Thompson, John Hammond, and Leon Russell.

Born and raised in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, Holcombe’s “heartfelt baritone” (NPR) poignantly delivers “haunted country, acoustic blues and rugged folk” (Rolling Stone) with lyrics that invite you in, sit you down, and speak directly to you.

March 4 – Pure Life Studios – Lagrange, GA
March 10 – SLHC Concerts – Hickory, NC
March 31 – Almost Austin – Pasadena, TX
April 1 – Chickie Wah Wah – New Orleans, LA
April 2 – The Frog Pond At Blue Moon Farm – Fairhope, AL
April 3 – Wildman Steve Radio – Auburn, AL
April 6 – Living Room Mirrored Concert Series – Richmond, VA
April 7 – WNCW 88.7 FM – Spindale, NC
April 8 – Isis Music Hall – Asheville, NC
April 9 – Muddy Creek Music Hall – Winston-Salem, NC
April 12 – Music City Roots – Nashville, TN
April 13 – Red Light Café – Atlanta, GA
April 14 – The Laurel Theater – Knoxville, TN
April 15 – The Down Home – Johnson City, TN
April 19 – Blue Tavern – Tallahassee, FL
April 20 – River Room @ Mudville Grille – Jacksonville, FL
April 21 – Luna Star Café – Miami, FL
April 22 – ACMA – Fort Myers, FL
May 4 – House Concert – East Providence, RI
May 5 – Godfrey Daniels – Bethlehem, PA
May 6 – Kathryn’s Space Concert Series – New York, NY
May 7 – House Concert – Saugerties, NY
May 14 – Mountain Stage – Charleston, WV
May 18 – Albert Skylight Productions @ George Youth Center – Barnesville, OH
May 19 – Harmony In The House Concert Series – Harmony, PA
May 20 – Honky Tonk House Concert Series – Streetsboro, OH
May 21 – Natalie’s – Worthington, OH
May 27 – Jammin’ At Hippie Jack’s Music & Arts Festival – Crawford, TN
June 2 – Sylvia Theatre – York, SC
June 9 – Lemon Lounge – Austin, TX
August 26 – River City Roots Festival – Missoula, MT
September 8 – TBD – Louisville, KY
September 29 – Red Dragon Listening Room – Baton Rouge, LA
October 20 – Spiral Sounds Concerts – Jersey City, NJ

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