Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors

Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors

Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors find themselves in the midst of a creative revival of popular music in
Nashville, where artists like Kings of Leon, Jack White, Mat Kearney, and a legion of other national acts
have re-invented the reputation of Nashville as a hotbed of music beyond the realm of Country. Holcomb
and his band have found their own unique niche in this scene, with their 2008 LP, Passenger Seat, and
their 2009 EP, Live Forever, both debuting at #2 on the iTunes Singer/Songwriter charts. They've also
had multiple TV placements on shows like NBC's Parenthood, Oprah, Army Wives, The Cleaner, and
others, proving that Holcomb's career has stretched far beyond the TN state limits where he was born
and raised.
Seven years ago, when Holcomb graduated from college in Knoxville, TN he never expected he would
spend his twenties touring the country playing music, but that is exactly what he and his wife Ellie, and his
band, the Neighbors, have been doing since coming together in 2006. When not out on the road touring,
they have recorded and released three independent albums, selling over 35,000 records all without the
help of a record label. Keeping in that same independent vein, over the past half-decade Holcomb & the
Neighbors have played over 1,000 tour dates and garnered a massive following in the Southeast club
scene all without the assistance of a booking agent, proving the undeniable authenticity of the band's
talent and genuine appeal to the masses.
With so much success happening across the board for Holcomb & the Neighbors, the band knew it was
time to return to the studio in 2010 to give their fans the album they'd been wanting to make for years.
The anticipation for that new project, Chasing Someday, has been enormous amongst the Neighbors'
ever-growing and intensely loyal fan-base. Drew explains, "Over the past year or so things have really
just started to click. We're reaching that tipping point with our fans, and it really hit me about 8 months
ago when we played Austin for the first time on a weeknight and had 300 kids at Stubbs singing every
word. It's been pretty phenomenal to see things building like this." That enthusiasm spread over into a fan
driven fundraising campaign for Chasing Someday earlier this fall, which brought in over $15,000 in 6
days, validating the passion and dedication amongst the band's core fans.
For Chasing Someday Holcomb wrote over 25 songs and a final twelve were selected to be recorded and
produced by Andy Hunt at his East Nashville Wide Studios. Hunt is one of Nashville's young and
upcoming producers who learned his craft working for Jacquire King (Kings of Leon, Cold War Kids,
Norah Jones) and Dennis Herring (Elvis Costello, Modest Mouse, Counting Crows) during his formative
It is difficult to categorize Chasing Someday when its sounds are vast and diverse. The album showcases
a songwriter and a band whose influences cover a large swath of the history of popular music; it's just as
easy to hear the influence of Springsteenian earnestness in Holcomb's hopeful growl on songs like "Fire
and Dynamite" and "Miracle", as it is to hear the persuasion of Motown on pop gems like "Someday" and
"Can't Get Enough of You."
When audiences hear Holcomb's songs, there is an emotional attachment and reaction, proven by the
epic "Live Forever" which was recently used during an episode of NBC's Parenthood and sparked a
downloading frenzy online. "We want to write songs that have moments of honesty, transcendence, and
humanity; so our audience lets the songs into their lives," Holcomb states, "All of my favorite songs and
records that I have spent my life listening to, have helped me to understand the paradoxes of joy and
suffering that we all experience. We just want to add to that conversation, and if we can do that, I will
consider it a success."
On Chasing Someday, Holcomb and his Neighbors have found a unique voice, one that definitely has the
potential to add to the conversation in a profound and substantial way.

Emily Hearn

"Songbird" might be the best word to describe Emily Hearn. With a charmingly melodic voice, the 22 year-old singer/songwriter from Griffin, Georgia delivers relevant lyrics over irresistible melodies that captivate wandering ears. Coupled with the endearing genuineness of a small town, self-taught musician whose infectious personality seeps into everything she does, its no wonder that Ms. Hearn has already won the hearts of a growing audience in her hometown of Athens, GA and nationwide.

In April of 2010, Emily independently released her debut EP, Paper Heart. Later that year she embarked on a Southeastern tour, playing before growing crowds at iconic venues like The 40 Watt Club (Athens, GA), Eddie's Attic (Atlanta, GA) as well as venues in Tennessee (Nashville), South Carolina (Charleston, Columbia, Clemson, Greenville, Spartanburg), and opening for country star Darius Rucker of Hootie and the Blowfish. In February of 2011 she released a music video for the lead single "Rooftop" featuring a special appearance by renowned actor/comedian Bill Murray, who drops in to try his hand at the drums.

Emily Hearn's first full-length (also independent) album, Red Balloon will be released to iTunes and stores on January 31, 2012. With carefully eclectic instrumentation and rich background vocals that beckon listeners to sing along, the ten-track album bears the signature Emily Hearn stamp – quirky, fun and flirtatious, with a dash of love had and lost. The new record picks up right where Paper Heart leaves off – smart, sassy and highly contagious. But it's not all 'daffodils' and sing-alongs this time around-- Hearn sheds her lighthearted demeanor and trademark falsetto to expose her vulnerability in a very serious, powerful way. As an album, Red Balloon is a collection of individual moments - joys and heartbreaks – the sum of which paints a vivid picture of personal and artistic growth.

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