The You And Me Tour: An Evening With Drew And Ellie Holcomb At The Tivoli Feb. 12

Tuesday, February 4, 2020

Drew and Ellie Holcomb are hitting the road together again in 2020. The You and Me Tour: An Evening with Drew and Ellie Holcomb comes to the Tivoli Theatre on Feb. 12.

Review for Drew and Ellie Holcomb:

The couple met while Drew, a native Memphian, and Ellie, a Nashvillian, were attending school together at the University of Tennessee. The Holcombs married in 2006 and began touring together with Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors. Upon the arrival of their first daughter, Ellie took a step back from the heavy touring cycle and focused on both her solo career and motherhood. The  pair have continued to collaborate on their annual Holiday shows in Tennessee and released their first joint EP, Electricity, which featured two original tracks – “Love Anyway” and  “Electricity,” along with a cover of the Willie Nelson classic “On The Road Again.”

The last year has seen Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors reach new heights with its critically acclaimed new album Dragons, which hit #1 on Billboard’s Folk/Americana Album Sales Chart, Amazon’s New Albums Chart, and iTunes Singer/Songwriter Albums. Latest single “End of the World” has catapulted into the Top 40 at AAA and Rolling Stone proclaimed Drew as one of Americana’s Most Popular Stars in a career-spanning feature in October. Ellie has been supporting  her most recent releases, including debut Children’s Book (Who Sang The First Song?)  and Children’s Album (Sing: Creation Songs) which both made #1 debuts of their own.

The pair also performed together at this year’s Moon River Music Festival in Chattanooga, which was founded and continues to be curated by Drew. 


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