Malcolm Holcombe

Alan Kaufman

R.B. Morris

Al Maginnes

The Liberty Circus are Malcolm Holcombe, Alan Kaufman, RB Morris and Al Maginnes: a rogue band of outlaw songwriters and poets who have thrown in to criss-cross the land in a performing celebration of good old democratic open-heartedness.

A lion’s share from the proceeds of our shows will directly benefit organizations working with refugees and immigrants. Along the way we’ll invite local performers to our stages and grow our Liberty Circus into a big national family of love and support for Lady Liberty’s tired, poor masses yearning to breathe free.


David Olney

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“If you like your musical heroes to rock out like the jackhammer of a rockabilly saint but also deliver song sonnets from a contemplative place, then David Olney is your man.” ( Acoustic Live! Magazine – New York, New York )

Declared “Nashville’s answer to The Bard” by the Nashville Scene alt.weekly paper, prolific singer-songwriter, stream-caster and actor DAVID OLNEY has released more than 20 albums over four decades. His new “Don’t Try To Fight It” recording was produced by award-winning singer-songwriter Brock Zeman and reunites David with Red Parlor Records, which released 2007’s acclaimed “One Tough Town” album. Mr. Olney’s music has been prominently featured in ABC-TV’s “Nashville” and his intelligent songs have been recorded by Emmylou Harris, Linda Ronstadt, Del McCoury, Tim O’Brien and Steve Young, among many others. Well-known for his energetic live performances packed with such an intensity, they leave audiences with a truly memorable experience.

“[David] Olney has always been a musical chameleon…stretching the edges of Americana with his assortment of styles, characterized by his finely crafted storytelling.”  ( No Depression )

Mr. Olney made his Shakespearean acting debut and composed several songs for The Nashville Shakespeare Festival’s 2014 Americana-themed production of “As You Like It”. He returned to that stage in 2016 with another role and having penned more original music in “The Comedy Of Errors” presentation at the Centennial Bandshell from mid-August through mid-September, as well as an encore presentation in early October at Academy Park in Franklin, TN. 

David Olney also made his debut as a Disc Jockey on WXNA-FM in Nashville, TN in 2016 with his “Free Fall” radio program.  He keeps up with fans on his weekly “You Never Know” Songwriter Series video streamcast where he performs a song and shares the story behind it – posted every Tuesday on and YouTube.

Just returned from week of recording at Shangrila Studios in Lexington. KY. We are the Liberty Circus and we’re going on national tour with our CD and performers to raise funds for immigrants, refugees, and the ACLU.