Luke Combs Signed Guitar

Win Luke Combs’ Signed Guitar

If you’re a fan of country superstar Luke Combs, what better way to show your admiration than by winning his autographed guitar! This unique Ombre-designed Epiphone features intricate detailing and has both a star and Combs’ name emblazoned across the front for an added special addition to any collection.

The New York Times named Combs “the most promising and influential new country star of the last five years.” A multi-platinum award-winning artist from Asheville, North Carolina, he’s also reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year for a fourth straight year. His third album, Growin’ Up, debuted at #1 on Billboard 200 chart and has been streamed more than 20 million times.

He’s often faced with the challenge of modernizing without abandoning his roots. Yet his infectiously catchy and universally relatable country music anthems have allowed him to build a loyal following even in towns that have long shunned country music.

His captivating vocals and insightful lyrics make him the ideal country-pop crossover artist. His sound is reminiscent of Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw, yet uniquely his own. He doesn’t hesitate to experiment with genre-crossing themes, often drawing inspiration from personal experiences as well as those around him.

He’s talented at crafting heartbreaking ballads that make you want to wrap someone in a hug, as well as blue collar anthems like “That’s What You Get” or “Hurricane.” But his best song is undoubtedly his debut single “This One’s For You,” an old-fashioned tale about the painful loss of a long-term relationship.

Combs’ career took off after he met someone by chance at an industry convention, and since then has built an adoring fan base that knows every word to his hits. Now the singer-songwriter is taking things to the next level by embarking on an extensive tour that’ll bring him all the way to California’s West Coast.

Before he could achieve success, however, the singer-songwriter had to break through in untapped markets. That proved successful as he sold 15,000 downloads of his signature song, “Hurricane,” about an old school country breakup that went viral online.

Ultimately, his success earned him a record deal and launched his career in Nashville. Since then, he’s released four albums and received numerous awards and accolades for his efforts.

At present, his focus is on expanding his fan base and finishing up work on his next album which will be released March 24 via River House Artists and Columbia Nashville.

As he traveled in support of his first album, he met a young boy named Bo who shared an admiration for his art. The boys had planned on attending a Combs concert but their mom said they couldn’t afford the tickets so they worked hard to raise the money themselves.

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