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Andrew Combs

Andrew Combs

On his first album, 2012’s Worried Man, Andrew Combs sang with a laconic melancholy about the pain and inevitability of the end of love, and the Texas native’s efforts were rewarded with deserved comparisons to the likes of Townes Van Zandt and Guy Clark. With this year’s All These Dreams, Combs added a quiet contemporary Pop element to his Americana soundscape, cementing his reputation as a brilliant 21st-century troubadour with an evocative and well-defined sense of the history that he’s building upon.

You’ll Dig It If You Dig: Jimmy Webb channels the dusty spirit of Townes Van Zandt and the bruised beauty of Harry Nilsson. (BB)

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