Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors Reach New Career Milestone, Surpass 500 Million Global Streams

Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors Reach New Career Milestone, Surpass 500 Million Global Streams

Plaque Presentation at the Ryman Theatre

Plaque Presentation at the Ryman Theatre L to R: Ellie Holcomb, Samantha Steele, Nathan Dugger, Drew Holcomb, Ian Miller, Rich Brinsfield, Will Sayles, Paul Steele, and Morgan Combs

New York, NY – 29th May 2024 – Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors have reached a new career milestone this month as the band’s music has streamed more than 500 million times globally. To celebrate this momentous occasion, the band’s management team presented them with a plaque commemorating the achievement at the Ryman Theatre in Nashville where the band just capped the latest leg of their Spring US headline tour with two sold out nights.

Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors have spent the past year on the road supporting their latest full-length studio album Strangers No More. The LP was their ninth full-length and features the group’s first #1 Americana single “Find Your People.” The single recently had a huge spike in streams thanks to Instagram Reels and TikTok, where the song peaked at #2 on TikTok’s popular chart and broke into the Top 50 (#49) on the Billboard TikTok chart.

Holcomb and his band – Nathan Dugger (guitar), Rich Brinsfield (bass), Will Sayles (drums), and Ian Miller (keys) – have been on a roll since the release, kicking things off last June with a return to Bonnaroo followed by a direct support slot for Darius Rucker, headline shows, a short run with The Head and The Heart, and a January UK solo tour for Holcomb who spent February on the road with his wife Ellie Holcomb. On the TV front, they returned to CBS Saturday Morning in July, made their debut on Live with Kelly & Mark in October, made their Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade debut on November 23rd, and joined Jimmy Kimmel Live! in February 2024.

Over the past six months Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors have been releasing a steady flow of new songs including this month’s reflective “Soul’s A Camera,” March’s Southern rocker “Suffering,” and December’s heartfelt ballad “Way Back When.” These songs, as well as the as yet to be released “Burn” featuring the rare return of Ellie Holcomb, were recorded during the Strangers No More album sessions and will be featured on the band’s recently announced Strangers No More Volume II LP – due out September 12th, preorder/pre-save HERE.

Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors have some more headline dates on the horizon as well as some festivals. See below for currently confirmed dates and check https://www.drewholcomb.com/tour for the most up-to-date tour dates.

Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors Tour Dates:
May 31 in Kerrville, TX at Kerrville Folk Festival
July 21 in Steamboat Springs, CO at Strings Music Festival
July 22 in Dillon, CO at Dillon Amphitheater
July 23 in Fort Collins, CO at Mishawaka Amphitheater
July 24 in Boulder, CO at Chautaugua Auditorium
July 26 in White Sulfur Springs, MT at Red Ants Pants Music Festival (Main Stage)
July 28 in Sandpoint, ID at Festival Sandpoint
August 23-24 in Tønder, Denmark at Tønder Festival
August 25 in Leicestershire, UK at Long Road Festival
September 29 in Bridgeport, CT at Soundside Music Festival
October 2-4 in Memphis, TN at Mempho Music Festival