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Blaine Holcomb reminds us we should never settle for less, on latest single, “Love A Little More”

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Hailing from Upstate New York Blaine Holcomb left all familiarity to move fifteen hours away to Nashville to pursue his music career. A country artist by trade, Blaine notes the influence traditional and 90s country has had on his sound while recognizing the importance of incorporating newer sonic trends into his music to keep things fresh. Blaine opened for a few national acts such as Easton Corbin, Justin Moore, and Josh Thompson. Since moving to Nashville, Blaine has performed regularly on Broadway as well as at The Stage, Legends Corner, Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row, The Valentine, and Famous Saloon. Blaine considers the primary themes of his work to be love, heartbreak, drinking, partying, having fun, and growing up, although he expects these to change with time. Blaine hopes to leave a lasting, positive impact on fans with his music and hopes to put on shows that leave people with the feeling that they’ve just attended the best one of their lives.

Expectations have risen with Blaine Holcomb’s new single “Love A Little More.” In this fun-loving, classic country hit, Holcomb shows his audience, especially the ladies, how they should never settle for less. The lyrics show us that if you give a little extra, and show a little more love, something great will come out of it for both sides. Through appealing lyrics, a great groove, and a seamless key-change, “Love A Little More” is sure to sweep you off your feet, and Holcomb is all to blame.


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