Born and raised in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, Malcolm Holcombe is an acclaimed singer/songwriter/musician in the insurgent country/folk vein.
Holcombe's album "A Hundred Lies"(Hip-O/Universal) received a four star review in Rolling Stone by music editor David Fricke, and received accolades from USA Today, No Depression, and Dirty Linen as well as international press. His moody poetry, country blues guitar and rumbling baritone has garnered
comparisons to notable musicians such as Tom Waits and John Prine. He has also earned raves from such Nashville notables as Lucinda Williams.
Malcolm has toured nationally with Shelby Lynne and opened for artists such as Richard Thompson, Merle Haggard and Wilco. Malcolm tours throughout the year, and his live performances are legendary among his legions of fans. He continues to write prolifically, appears regularly on radio in areas he is performing in, and has most recently been involved with the "Return To Cold Mountain" CD, produced by Grammy winner Bil VornDick.