Luke Combs grew up singing and even took his talents to Carnegie Hall as a young boy. Even with that auspicious start, it would take a few more years before he pursued music professionally.
Combs left Appalachian State University near the end of his senior year – before graduating – to move to Nashville. His first projects came quickly: Combs released his debut EP The Way She Rides in early 2014, following it with Can I Get an Outlaw later that year, and a third EP, This One’s for You, in 2015.
That steady output started garnering Combs attention from labels, including Sony Nashville, where he eventually signed. Combs’ debut album, This One’s for You, arrived in 2017 and earned the top spot on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart.
The next year, Combs won the CMA Award for New Artist of the Year, and the accolades soon began flooding in after that. His sophomore album What You See Is What You Get won the CMA Award and ACM Award for Best Album in 2018, and Combs also took home the ACM Award for Male Artist of the Year.
In 2019, Combs was invited to become a member of the Grand Ole Opry, and in 2020, he was named Billboard’s Top Country Artist of the Year.
Here you'll find all the latest rumours, details and information on Luke Combs' next project, which is set to drop on March 24.
The song will appear on the country star's brand new album, Gettin’ Old, which will be released on March 24.
The country megastar is nominated for three awards at the 2023 ceremony.
Kelsea Ballerini, Kenny Chesney and Jordan Davis also received nods.
The country star recently announced that he'd be releasing a brand new album on March 24.
The new crime drama, which stars Sylvester Stallone, premiered on Paramount+ on November 13 2022.
Ashley Gorley, who co-wrote tracks such as Cole Swindell's ‘She Had Me At Heads Carolina’ and Morgan Wallen's ‘You Proof’, took the No. 1 spot.
The new project will feature 18 brand new tracks.
The cinematic video captures the timelessness of love and loss.
The 2022 CMA Entertainer of the Year recently announced that the wistful ballad would be his next single at Country Radio.
Country superstar and reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year Luke Combs announces unprecedented tour world tour for 2023 taking in 3 continents, 16 countries and 35 concerts. will embark on an unprecedented world tour in 2023. Including a date at London’s O2 Arena on October 19th
Chris Kappy - Luke Combs' manager and the man who sits at the helm of Make Wake Artists - imparts his wisdom on taking blind leaps of faith and why we should wake up everyday and "give a fuck".
The show, which was filmed last year, will take place on February 18th.
His album ‘What You See Is What You Get’ has been certified silver in the UK
Immediately selling out 37 of the 39 shows on his forthcoming world tour, Luke Combs yet again breaks global ticket-selling records
Combs is the first person to win Entertainer of the Year for two years in a row since Garth Brooks won in the category in 2016 and 2017.
The single is taken from Combs' album, Growin' Up, which went on to win the CMA 2022 Album of the Year.
The country megastar is up for Best Country Duo / Group Performance, Best Country Song and Best Country Album.
The 2022 CMA Entertainer of the Year is continuing his partnership with Crocs with a new fishing-inspired range.
The 56th Annual 'Biggest Night of The Year' took place on November 10th at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee.
Two-time CMA Entertainer of the Year Luke Bryan and NFL Hall of Famer Peyton Manning will co-host the ceremony in November.
The song made its debut on BBC Radio 2 this morning with Ken Bruce.