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Malcolm Holcombe (born September 2, 1955 in Asheville, North Carolina) is a singer, songwriter, and performer.

Holcombe was born in Asheville, N.C. and raised in Weaverville, N.C. in his teen years, he played in local bands The Hilltoppers and Redwing, and later performed solo as a singer-songwriter.

After high school, Holcombe attended college and tech school, but quit to play music around the Southeast. He partnered with Ray Sisk and Dallas Taylor in a trio, and Holcombe and Sam Milner released the album Trademark in 1985.

Holcombe moved to Nashville, Tennessee in 1990, working as a dishwasher and playing open mic shows. In 1996, Holcombe signed with Geffen Records. Promotional copies of his debut album A Hundred Lies drew praise from critics, but the album was not officially released until 1999 by Hip-O Records.

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