Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors are no strangers to Nashville music

The Americana music genre is becoming increasingly popular in Nashville, along with one of the genre’s best upcoming artists. Together, Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors have sold over 100,000 albums and has played almost 2,000 shows in seven countries. As an emerging group, this band is certainly capable of making it.

Starting as a solo artist, Holcomb has had quite the success as a singer/songwriter in the past. He toured as an independent artist and released his first EP and full-length album before he formed his band in 2006.

As a band, the group has released nine albums and is credited with titles featured in several television shows. Although the band has had many members come and go over the years, Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors continue to grow in the music business regardless of how many “Neighbors” there are.

Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors are very passionate about music, and it’s evident through the music they create. Their newest album, Medicine, proves it. The album’s rich vocals and smooth folk rhythm create an Americana masterpiece.

Holcomb grew up listening to powerful artists that have inspired his music today. Musical influences include Bob Dylan, James Taylor, Radiohead, Pearl Jam, etc. Today, Holcomb’s music is comparable to artists such as NEEDTOBREATHE, Judah and The Lion, Ben Rector, Ray LaMontagne and Penny & Sparrow. Any time you are looking for smooth music to listen to on a summer evening while watching the sun set, Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors will set the tone.

Have you listened to Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors’ music? If so, what do you think about them? Leave a comment!


1 Comment

  1. Drew Holcomb is one of my favorite artists! He has definitely gained popularity over the past couple years in Nashville as well as around the country. My favorite song of his is “Shine Like Lightning.”

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