Tuesday, 9 August 2016

Luke Combs Takes Country Radio by Storm with New Song “Hurricane”

Luke Combs is taking country radio by storm with his new song “Hurricane” hitting this week via River House/Thirty Tigers.  The powerful track, written by Combs along with Thomas Archer and Taylor Phillips and produced by Scott Moffatt [you can check out our interview with Scott & his brothers Bob & Clint from the band Endless Summer HERE and HERE], is now spinning on Sirius XM’s The Highway as an On The Horizon pick and is already getting early airplay at WWKA in Orlando.  “Hurricane” is available now for fans HERE.

The 26-year-old Asheville, North Carolina native has built an already enviable following of avid fans by playing his heart out on the road, booking over 200 shows per year. With nearly 150,000 followers on social media and 15,000,000 streams of his music thanks to support from services like Spotify, his hard work is paying off.

Having already been named one of Nash Country Daily, Sounds Like Nashville, and Wide Open Country’s top artists to watch, Combs is poised for the next level. His full-length album is due this fall and starting in September, the road warrior will join Corey Smith for the West Bound and Down Tour, playing more than fifteen shows in 30 days with stops in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Denver, Seattle, Portland, Ft. Worth and more!

To find out the latest information and get to know Luke Combs, visit LukeCombs.com.

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