HeadRoom is excited to bring you this weeks binaural edition of Live From the Divide, Lincoln Durham.
You can listen to the remixed radio version of the show on the Live From The Divide website.
's songs are rough around the edges, informed by the history of American roots music—folk and country and blues—as well as rock 'n' roll's loose and lewd energy and attitude. But what separates the wheat from the chaff in this genre is authenticity, and this young man has it in spades...
With a voice that has been compared to Ray LaMontagne and Paul Rodgers, brooding lyrics that dance intriguingly on the edge of ghoulish, and an intense, swampy, Mississippi Delta sound, Durham has the soul of an old bluesman. That Howlin' Wolf-ish soul, however, finds its incarnation in the form of a polite, gracious and upbeat young man from a small town in northern Central Texas.