He's an intense-looking young man who seems to have settled in the wrong era. An old bastardized Gibson acoustic, seen-better-days dress slacks held up by old suspenders.
A misshapen bowler hat atop a crop of long, wavy hair. But there is something in his eyes, something that suggests he knows something most people don't. The eyes of an old soul.
The soul of an old bluesman, withered, weathered, worn but primed and ready to burst out of this young man and preach the news of some new kind of depraved music.
"If you dig Son House and Townes Van Zandt... Lincoln Durham is your man. Don't come no cooler." -Ray Wylie Hubbard Artist/Producer/Oldshcoolrockandroller
"Makeshift amps, resonators, fiddles, harmonicas, slides, tin can microphones, stomp boards... Lincoln is a raw, floor-stomping roots-rock revivalist." -Michael Clark Lorenzo Novelist/Poet/Author
"Durham... sings and plays primal, death-rattle blues with such frightening conviction, he probably gives even a grissled growler like Ray Wylie Hubbard... the willies." -Richard Skanse LoneStarMusic.com
" 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." -Julie Wenger Watson No Depression.com