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Malcolm Holcombe

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About Malcolm Holcombe
Genres:
Singersongwriter, Singer, Americana, Songwriter, Folk
Hometown:
Asheville, North Carolina

Malcolm Holcombe grew up in western North Carolina, home to some of the planet's oldest mountains and some of America's deepest musical traditions. Radio and TV fueled Ma...
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Fan Reviews
I was honored to sit in the front row, to see his unique style of picking and watch his somewhat sad, yet beautiful face! His voice is melodical, lot's of range. But most spectacular is his writing! I believe he has so many more songs inside...from his childhood, from travels, from love shared, social injustice and just fun! I went to the concert with almost no experience of Malcolm, I left there a fan and mesmerized by this wonderful Artist! Prayers for him, his health, his wife and their little dog! He hasn't been well...so go st Malcolm Holcomb Live in concert! He's an icon!! More than 5 Stars!!!
May 1st 2019
Best value for money you can get
April 5th 2019
Awesome 👍
January 16th 2019
Malcolm was spot on great intimate show🇰🇲🇨🇬
October 8th 2018
Malcolm Holcombe never disappoints, I liked Woody Wood as well as the banjo picker (unfortunately, can't remember his name). For a birthday celebration it seemed very somber, maybe it was the crowd? I gave it 5 stars because, well, Malcom.
Mike
Knoxville, TN@
The Laurel Theater
April 6th 2017
Outstanding show! Quite a performer with a grizzled but incredibly emotive voice and great stage presence. The Laurel was the perfect venue for him.
About Malcolm Holcombe
Genres:
Singersongwriter, Singer, Americana, Songwriter, Folk
Hometown:
Asheville, North Carolina

Malcolm Holcombe grew up in western North Carolina, home to some of the planet's oldest mountains and some of America's deepest musical traditions. Radio and TV fueled Ma...
Read More