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Song Premiere: Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors’ Acoustic Rendition of ‘What Would I Do Without You’

Joseph Llanes

Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors have spent the last decade building a following on the road. The American roots outfit from Nashville released their twelfth album, Souvenir, as well as a live album and Christmas record just last year. Now, Wide Open Country is proud to premiere a brand new acoustic rendition of their track “What Would I Do Without You.”

The song, which was originally featured on the group’s 2013 record Good Light, appears on a brand new playlist from Amazon Music. Dubbed “Love Me/Love Me Not,” the playlist comes just in time for Valentine’s Day and features 30 new songs from artists like Sam Outlaw, John Prine and Jillian Jacqueline.

“What Would I Do Without You” shows up on the “Love Me Not” side of the playlist. But you don’t have to wait until Feb. 9 to hear it. Instead, check out our premiere of the gorgeous acoustic song below.

Though the tune shows up on the sadder side of the new playlist, it’s still a beautifully sentimental song about finding strength in a loved one.

“For a dark night of the soul, there is nothing better than someone to walk through it with you,” Holcomb tells Wide Open Country of the song.

READ MORE: Rooted in Country: Drew Holcomb on George Strait’s “I Can Still Make Cheyenne”

Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors are currently on the road through February with Ellie Holcomb. You can find a full list of their upcoming tour dates here.

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Song Premiere: Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors’ Acoustic Rendition of ‘What Would I Do Without You’