Luke Combs – What You See Is What You Get

A popular country music artist, Luke Combs, originally from North Carolina but is now a Nashville, Tennessee native, recently released his sophomore album, What You See Is What You Get.

The highly anticipated record comes on the heels of his debut album, This One’s For You, which came out in 2017. This new album features seventeen brand new songs including the big #1 hit, Beer Never Broke Me Heart.

There’s plenty of different country songs on this album for every country music fan from upbeat to your classic country love and heartbreak songs.

This record features two country collaborations, one with legendary country duo, Brooks & Dunn on the song 1,2 Many and another tune, Does To Me, which has a special appearance by country superstar, Eric Church!

The album has a lot of great songs on it, which Combs had a part in writing each one, and a couple of the songs were written with two of his band mates, Rob Williford and Tyler King. There are some other songwriters featured on the project such as Ray Fulcher, Drew Parker, Tyler Reeve, Corey Crowder, and Rob Snyder, just to name a few.

Some of the songs on the record include the title track along with Lovin’ On YouMoon Over Mexico, Reasons, Dear Today, Angels Workin’ OvertimeNothing Like You, Better Together, his current radio single, Even Though I’m Leaving and many more.

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There’s no question Luke Combs’ latest record, What You See Is What You Get, is a great album! You can tell the artist stays true to his country roots in this new album. There’s a song on this record that everyone can relate to, which is why country music fans will like Luke Combs’ latest album, What You See Is What You Get!

Be sure to follow Luke Combs on his social media including on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and at his website, www.lukecombs.com.

What do you think of Luke Combs and his album, What You See Is What You Get? I’d love to hear your thoughts, so leave me a comment below or on social media!

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