LukeCombs2018Luke Combs releases his most personal video to date today for his Top 30 and climbing single  “She Got The Best Of Me”.   Combs  takes center stage in the video based on the true story of the journey his  songs have  carried him on  – telling the story of his career from the birthplace of his music in Boone, N.C. to  miles on miles of  touring and moving to Nashville culminating in the present day  success of his Platinum debut album  This One’s For You , three  record-setting No. 1 singles, multiple award show moments and the fan growth from  rural  field parties to sold-out arena crowds.   

 

 

Combs and TA Films, the team behind his first three music videos, put intentionality into every moment to create a scavenger hunt for fans throughout the video of milestone moments from Combs’ story. Woven into the video narrative are nods towards Combs’ lyrics, cameos of band members & songwriting friends,  throwbacks to Boone, N.C. and  This One’s For You Too highlights.   

 

The concept is particularly special for “She Got The  Best Of Me” as the track has been a bubbling viral fan favorite since Combs first co-wrote and released it in 2014 on his  Can I Get  An Outlaw?   EP prior to moving to Nashville, Tenn.   

 

Among the many special elements, highlights are : 

  • Combs performing with “She Got The  Best Of Me” co-writers, Channing Wilson & Rob Snyder, at the songwriter’s night Revival at Tin Roof in Nashville where he first met both songwriters.   
  • Combs’ Dodge Neon – the car he owned  when  he moved to Nashville  
  • The Klondike Cafe sign – the location of  Combs’  very first video for “Let The Moonshine”.  
  • The stickered guitar Luke is playing is the first one he learned to play on and wrote his first EP on.   
  • Snapshots  from “Hurricane”, “When It Rains It Pours” and “One
    Number Away” music videos are all a part of the new video. 
      Original vine video of Combs first singing “She Got The Best Of Me”   
  • Footage of Luke performing at Coyote Joe’s in Charlotte, N.C. – the venue Combs first saw Eric Church play and that he later headlined & earned the record for the fastest sell-out   

Combs recently culminated a week of first where he debuted at Madison Square Garden to a sold-out crowd on the  High Noon Neon Tour with Jason Aldean and joined Lollapalooza as the only country artist on the bill for a packed-out performance to a sea of fans. For more on Combs and to catch him on the road, visit LukeCombs.com.  

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