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Judge for Honneycombs

Cincinnati, OH
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Portrait of Honneycombs
Honneycombs is a band of harmony. Songwriting siblings James and April Combs (formerly of Arson Garden) are joined by Laurie Burnham to create lush, evocative, psychedelic yet intimate songs in a style they call “the mountain meets the third eye”.

James is the urbanite. He lives in LA and has had his songs placed in a bunch of hip TV shows including “True Blood”, “Gossip Girl”, “Dexter” and “Six Feet Under”.

April is the heart. She lives by the river in Cincinnati and pours her soul into her songs, singing with a voice that has, as folk music star Carrie Newcomer says," a heartbreaking vulnerability – but she can sing powerfully out into the world in a way that most vocalists can only dream of doing".

Laurie is the jack-of-all-trades who lives just across the river from April in Kentucky. She intertwines fascinating harmonies through the Combs siblings' songs, but if you need a beautiful mural, she'll conjure up something breathtaking for you. Or perhaps you'd like a giant metal sculpture welded together? No problem. A novel or two to read? Well, she is writing those. Maybe you want a cobb house to live in? And don’t get her started on yurts….

Three states, one band. How do you catch a cloud an pin it down? You can't. So see them when they come play in your town. Because the audiences' oft-used adjective to describe their show: "Mesmerizing".