By Chris Yow
We all go through those “transforming” years where you’re figuring out who you are as a person. For many of us, college is that time. The same can be said for country music superstar Luke Combs.
Before he was playing sold out venues, cranking out chart-topping hits like “Hurricane” and “When It Rains, It Pours”, he was a bouncer at a bar near Appalachian State University. That’s where he honed his craft of guitar and songwriting.
We dug up one of those “before he was cool” tracks. Give it a listen: