September 2015 sees Andrew Combs returning to the UK.
Following on from an appearance at End Of The Road Festival on Friday 4th September, Andrew and his band will tour the UK promoting their 2015 album All These Dreams.
06 Sep – OXFORD, Bullingdon
07 Sep – BRIGHTON, Prince Albert
08 Sep – LONDON, Hoxton Bar & Kitchen
09 Sep – NOTTINGHAM, The Maze
10 Sep – EDINBURGH, Voodoo Rooms
11 Sep – NEWCASTLE, Cluny 2
12 Sep – LEEDS, Fox & Newt
13 Sep – WINCHESTER, The Railway (SC4M Festival)
The album marked a huge step forward for the Nashville-based singer-songwriter. Using his gifts for lyricism and wry observation, Combs weaves tales of love, sin and redemption on the new album, in a style that brings together classic country and contemporary pop. Combs continues to carve out his own singular path as an artist, finally reaching the heights of his Texas songwriting heroes. Rough Trade Shops made All These Dreams one of their Albums Of The Month as well as selecting one of the tracks to be included on their Counter Culture 14 album.
“Almost surgically skilful with a phrase and yet filled with human vulnerability” ★★★★ – MOJO
“He’s got that swagger and still waters thing going on that hearkens back to the legendary Southern singer/songwriters of the seventies as well as the Canyon greats.” – THE LINE OF BEST FIT
“Four Singer-Songwriters You Need To Know in 2015” – ROLLING STONE
“This might be the Americana album of 2015” – NPR
WATCH ANDREW COMBS & CAITLIN ROSE PERFORM ‘WHAT IT MEANS TO YOU’ LIVE IN SESSION FOR PINK HOUSE SESSIONS:
Support for the tour comes in the shape of Loose label mate, Barna Howard. His album Quite A Feelin’ was produced by Adam Selzer at Type Foundry Studio in Howard’s hometown of Portland. The album was released in May 2015 and has gained much praise from the UK press.
“the ten tracks are small musical pictures freezing in the track a moment or emotions felt as we travel through the complexities of life” Bluesdoodles
“mature, timeless songs, with strains of Kris Kristofferson, Townes Van Zandt and John Prine, that could’ve been hauled out of any of the past six decades – a master storyteller” – THE GUARDIAN
“delicate, beautiful and touching – an instantly timeless sound” – THE LINE OF BEST FIT
“slow finger-picked country-folk for the soul” – INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY
WATCH BARNA HOWARD PERFORM ‘INDIANA ROSE’ LIVE IN SESSION FOR THE LINE OF BEST FIT: