Band: IMC presents Malcolm Holcombe
Date: Thursday, Nov. 12 with doors at 7:30 p.m.
Venue: Satori Coffee, 5460 Old Shell Road, www.satori-coffee.com
Tickets: Suggested donation $5 at the door, free for USA students
The University of South Alabama’s Independent Music Collective is finishing the semester with a performance by Malcolm Holcombe. Holcombe immerses himself in the raw, unbridled sounds of the backwoods. During the ‘90s, Nashville was establishing what evolved into today’s pop country scene. All the while, Holcombe gathered a cult following that always appreciated his roots country sound — the kind enjoyed with a Mason jar of moonshine on the porch as the sun sets behind the pines.
Through numerous releases and performances, Holcombe’s following has grown worldwide and he is currently celebrating 20 years in the industry. Holcombe is giving his fans an opportunity to celebrate the milestone with his latest release, “The RCA Sessions.” Holcombe chose a veritable “greatest hits” from his 11 full-length albums and one EP and returned to RCA Studios in Nashville to rerecord them. “The RCA Sessions” is a fresh retrospective for Holcombe’s dedicated fan base and new listeners alike.
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