There’s just something about that Andrew Combs. With his Texas troubadour smirk, his bluesy country melodies and a Southern-steeped lyricism that recalls Townes Van Zandt and Guy Clark, he tells stories of the women he’s wronged, things long gone and the drugs that dull his pain — a combination that makes the girls swoon and the dudes a little jealous. I saw it when he took the stage recently, opening for Jonny Corndawg and Shovels & Rope, singing the achingly good “Too Stoned to Cry” in slim pants and a shirt unbuttoned just enough to create a borderline Conor Oberst-type moment — I almost expected a girl to shout out, “I’ll cry for you, Andrew!” Combs put out his debut Tennessee Time in 2010, and now he’s celebrating the release of his Big Bad Love 7-inch, which adds a more soulful John Fogerty-inspired rock ’n’ roll edge to the Americana folk tunes. Joining the party are locals The Electric Hearts. P.S. I’ll cry for you, Andrew. I really will.