Country singer Blaine Holcomb grew up in Hamilton, New York. But his musical dreams eventually led him 15 hours away from home when he moved to Nashville, Tennessee.
Holcomb grew up on traditional and 90s country music. His own music is inspired by these two eras, but he is influenced by more modern sounds as well. By blending these sounds together, Holcomb has crafted a musical catalog that makes him stand out.
Country fans know Holcomb for his songs “Then There’s You” and “When It Comes To Love.” The former song was featured on Spotify’s New Music Nashville playlist, while the latter track was added to Spotify’s Fresh Finds.
Audiences have heard Holcomb perform these songs when he’s opened for national acts such as Easton Corbin, Justin Moore, and Josh Thompson. He is also a regular performer at popular Nashville venues such as The Stage, Legends Corner, Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row, The Valentine, and Famous Saloon.
Holcomb’s greatest hope has always been to leave a lasting, positive impact on those who listen to his songs. Now, he’s furthering that impact through the new music video for his song “I Ain’t Making That Up.”
The music video for “I Ain’t Making That Up” gives viewers a personal look at Holcomb’s upbringing. It includes footage from home movies filmed while Holcomb was growing up in small-town New York. Some of the most heartwarming footage shows a young Holcomb performing as early as 2005. Through those old clips, viewers see how Holcomb had the same passion for performing that he carries with him today.
Home video footage is interspersed with shots of Holcomb playing his guitar and singing in the modern day. This juxtaposition between the two phases of Holcomb’s life gives viewers the chance to get to know the boy he was in the past and the man he is today. By the time the video ends, viewers are left knowing that Holcomb’s childhood dreams have come true, and he’s living them right now.
Watch Holcomb’s new music video for “I Ain’t Making That Up” below.