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Blaine Holcomb

Country artist Blaine Holcomb has proven himself to be a real country star with his latest single "Boot Shoppin'".  Holcomb may be from upstate New York, but that doesn’t stop this man from cranking out boot-stompin' tunes.   “Boot Shoppin’” has Holcomb scooting his boots on the dance floor as he shows his new girlfriend exactly how country boys do things ’round here. 

Blaine  kicks up some dust and invites the listener to get in on the fun  in “Boot Shoppin'”, a feel-good, soul-rockin’ anthem that’ll make you groove and sing along. The song is packed with classic country instrumentation and  starts with a single guitar note and a faint “She got me takin’ her boot shoppin,” before a couple beats from the kick drum crescendo into the full band sound. From there starts a steady beat played under a classically country sounding guitar melody. Blaine sings of the differences between how his girl acted before and after she met him .  The music ramps up into the chorus and listeners can hear the addition of a fiddle while Blaine sings out “And now she wanna go boot shoppin!” The song ends with silence from Blaine while the band rocks out.

Holcomb's new release  anchors a forthcoming project, slated for a later fall release. Produced by songwriter Jay Brunswick (Chris Janson, Parmalee, Reba), the EP sees Holcomb going next level in every conceivable way. Blaine is really proud of this new project, and  can’t wait to share it with the world as he feels he has takien it to the next level with these new songs .  

The new EP follows 2021’s "Over a Beer", a project nearing one million collective streams, and his "Lessons" EP issued in 2022. From upstate New York, Holcomb has more than proven his worth as a promising songwriting and performing talent. He’s clearly connecting with fans and it’s inevitable he’ll be a household name in no time.


Although Blaine might come from a college town in Upstate New York,  he won’t let anyone tell him he’s not country. Growing up in a blue collar family, Blaine learned the value of hard work, honesty, and family,  as well as how to hunt and fish with the best of them. Raised on country radio and the words of  George Jones, Merle Haggard, Keith Whitley, and Daryle Singletary, it only made sense that when Blaine picked up a guitar at age 11, “Mama Tried” was one of the first songs he learned to play.


“I’m a big fan of traditional country music as well as 90’s country and I think my writing style reflects a sort of new 90’s country vibe. When you mix that with a production that feels modern and fresh, the result is a sound that’s unique to my influences and roots” Holcomb has stated. 

His talents soon led him to Nashville, and he never looked back. Since then, he has had quite the success on his musical journey, opening up for acts such as Randy Houser, and Easton Corbin and recently shared a stage with country superstars Luke Combs, Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley, and Chris Janson at Bass Pro Shop’s World Fishing Fair where he performed his song “Keep Your Line In The Water” at the opening ceremony.  "Keep Your Line in The Water" was a song that Blaine wrote as a tribute to his grandfather.  Blaine has also stayed on the frontlines of the Nashville scene as well, playing residencies at Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row and The Valentine on lower Broadway.  


If your ready for a hoedown don't miss Blaine Holcomb's new release, "Boot Shoppin'".   We await with anticipation his new project to be released later this fall.  Blaine Holcomb should be on every country music fan's radar as he truly is a fast rising star.  



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