Liam Titcomb has makings of being either a big star or a semi-obscure, highly respected musician. It is his choice. He is devilishly good-looking and can lay down a pop hook or two, which means that he could easily pump up the hit machine and be a more talented David Usher. But there also are leanings toward more serious songwriting. With the right development and influences he could take aim at the life of a respected cultish songwriter nestled in with the likes of Gordie Sampson or Ron Sexsmith.