Country • 45m
On April 10, 2018, the GRAMMY Museum welcomed Asheville, N.C. native Luke Combs to the Museum’s Clive Davis Theater to talk about his Gold-certified critically-acclaimed debut album This One’s for You in 2017, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Albums chart. Luke was later nominated for Best New Artist for the 61st GRAMMY Awards. Combs’ debut double Platinum-certified smash radio single “Hurricane” set country radio history, topping both the Billboard Country Airplay chart and Mediabase chart for two consecutive weeks— rendering Combs the first debut country artist to hold a multi-week No. 1 since Florida Georgia Line’s “Cruise,” and the first new solo country male artist to accomplish the feat since Blake Shelton with “Austin” in 2001. Combs made history once more after “When It Rains It Pours," the Gold-certified second single off his debut project, landed at No. 1 for two weeks at country radio.
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