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Luke Combs: Tour, Schedule, Tickets and more...
Luke Combs is a relatively new name to the American country music scene. He released his first two EPs in 2014. However, he quickly made a name for himself with the release of his first single in 2015, “Hurricane,” which sold over 15,000 copies within a week of its release, landing at number 46 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs list. Since then, this North Carolina to Tennessee transplant country singer has carved out a path of his own. Keep reading to learn more about his music and where to hear more of it. ..
Part of Combs’ charm is that from the start, he has chosen to make his own way in the music industry. Instead of starting off on big stages, he played open mic nights in his college town. In his first audition, he covered Garth Brooks’ “Friends in Low Places,” using a bloom as a stand-in mic. Rather than making his first music videos with professional industry directors and crafting his first official social media accounts with market experts, he jumped into Vine—which was at the time a budding video platform—and happened to connect with 30,000 listeners. Combs’ organic progression enabled him to connect with his audience and find his sound. Listeners have been drawn to this earnest strategy. Even once Combs teamed up with a manager, his team has strived to appeal to smaller, underserved markets of potential listeners, a way to connect with old fans and reach out to potential newcomers.
In addition to Luke Combs’ approach to making music and interacting with listeners, fans appreciate the style of the music itself. Chuck Aly of Country Aircheck describes the sound as “big distinctive voice and songs that grabbed me pretty quickly with well-crafted and evocative lyrics and hooks.” Others enjoy the simplicity of Combs’ song writing. With some touches of modern R&B thrown in to enhance the country, Combs focuses on smooth, bold ballads.
Luke Combs is still very much an artist in the making, compared to big names in country. Continually writing new music, Combs fills his time with tours. People who want a personal touch and like country should consider his concerts must-sees. Although he does hit big cities on his tours—like practically all musicians do—he takes care to stop by overlooked places, too, from Clarkston, MI to Alpharetta, GA. For folks who have little-known music communities, check out Combs. He could be coming to an area near you. To look at his tour schedule and get your tickets, search the site.