Luke Combs has been singing ever since he could talk. "Vince Gill was what I started singing," he told WYRK's Liz Mantel and Clay Moden. "Brooks & Dunn, Clint Black - that was my favorite stuff to sing when I was little, burning up the cassette tapes."
Born in Charlotte, North Carolina, Combs and his family moved to Asheville, North Carolina, where he attended A. C. Reynolds High School. Fellow country star Chase Rice, who is four years older, also went to that school.
By the time he started at A. C. Reynolds High School, Combs had stopped listening to Vince Gill and co. It was only when he discovered the music of Eric Church that he got back into country music.
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