Experts agree that Luke Combs is continuing to take the country music world by storm with his new song “Hurricane”! Combs has found a fan in The Weather Channel’s Jim Cantore, who took to Facebook and Twitter last night to premiere the lyric video to his favorite new country song – watch the clip HERE. Written by Combs along with Thomas Archer and Taylor Phillips and produced by Scott Moffatt, “Hurricane” is available now for fans at http://smarturl.it/TOFY.
He’s already in the spotlight with Music Row, Nash Country Daily, Sounds Like Nashville, Wide Open Country, Sirius XM’s The Highway and more. With his full-length album This One’s For You slated for the fall, the road warrior will join Corey Smith for the West Bound and Down Tour staring in September, playing more than fifteen shows in 30 days with stops in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Denver, Seattle, Portland, Ft. Worth and more!
ABOUT LUKE COMBS: Don’t call country music newcomer Luke Combs an outlaw. The word doesn’t really fit, though he does have an undeniable independent streak. And outsider doesn’t really work anymore either, since he’s come to Nashville and quickly won himself a record deal and quite a bit of attention. Outlier is the better fit for Combs. The 26-year-old has built an already enviable following of avid fans by playing his heart out on the road, booking over 200 shows per year. With over 100,000 followers across social media platforms and now 15,000,000 streams of his music, his hard work is paying off.
Combs is set to take his unique sound to an even wider audience as the Asheville, North Carolina native is releasing his debut album, This One’s for You, this fall via River House Artists and Thirty Tigers. Combs co-penned the lead single “Hurricane” making its way to Country Radio now, along with every other track on the project. Connect with LukeCombsM