Monday, 05 February 2024 11:27

GRAMMY Awards: Country's Big Winners

It was a big night Sunday for Lainey Wilson, who not only attended her first GRAMMY Awards, but also took home her first trophy for Best Country Album (Bell Bottom Country).
Chris Stapleton took home two GRAMMYs-- one for Best Country Song with co-writer Dan Wilson and the other for Best Country Solo Performance, both for "White Horse." In addition, Zach Bryan and Kacey Musgraves landed their own Best Duo/Group Performance for their collaboration "I Remember Everything."

One of the best performances of the night came when Tracy Chapman joined Luke Combs on stage to perform their chart topping hit "Fast Car." 

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Monday, 17 April 2023 14:12

Next From Luke Combs: Love You Anyway

Luke Combs had asked fans to help him decide his next single, it was up to "Love You Anyway" and "5 Leaf Clover", and the fans have spoken. His next single will be the former of the two choices.

He announced the winning song at his show in Nashville over the weekend telling the crowd, "So, about a week and a half ago, I guess. I announced that I was going to let you guys decide what my next single was going to be at country radio. And we had a vote. You could vote on Love You Anyway or 5 Leaf Clover. Which one you wanted me to put out to the radio and it was real close. I think it was 51%-49% So it was neck in neck. But the song we’re about to play you right now is the winner. I got my friend Wes from Flatland Calvary on the fiddle playing for us. So yeah, this is my next single at country radio it’s called Love You Anyway."

Luke said about his next radio single, "Love You Anyway is a song that I wrote on my porch with Dan Isbell, Ray Fulcher and I had been on stage Valentine’s Day of 2020 right before COVID happened. And my wife was sick and was on the bus. She was out with us, but she was on the bus, I believe, and I didn’t know at the time if she was in there or not. And so as I was introing another song, I said, you know, I don’t I don’t know if you’re in here, but I love you anyways. And my buddy Dan had wrote that down and we ended up writing it a few months later." 

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Friday, 27 January 2023 12:58

New Music Friday!

Tyler Hubbard released his self-titled debut solo album today! It includes his singles "5 Foot 9" and "Dancin' In The Country". He'll be making some TV appearances in support of the new album so make sure you set your DVR! Monday, 1/30 he'll be on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and on his birthday, Tuesday 1/31, he'll be on Good Morning America.

During the WQMX Country Cafe we debuted a new song from Chris Janson called "All I Need Is You". Chris said in his story behind the song video that the song is a "super special love song" about his wife Kelly and that "at the end of the day like the song says, really nothing else matters. As long as we have our health and our happiness and our love. And we do. And I'm grateful for that." 

This morning, Scott and Sarah premiered the next single from Cole Swindell, which we played again in the WQMX Country Cafe! Oh and we'll play it again tonight during New at Nine with Rachel Evans! Cole says "'Drinkaby' is break up song, but it's a fun, uptempo break up song. A lullaby may help you fall asleep, but a "Drinkaby" hopefully helps you get over that ex that you've been trying to get over."

Other new releases today include the Nate Smith x MOTi "Whiskey on You" remix, Craig Campbell's album Tractor Songs, Elle King's new album Come Get Your WifeLuke Combs also previewed a new song that will be available on his upcoming new album Gettin' Old that will drop on 3/24! Pre-order the new album and you get "Growin' Up and Gettin' OId"! 


Happy listening!!

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Wednesday, 12 October 2022 12:19

New Music From Luke Combs: Going, Going, Gone

Luke Combs just scored is 14th consecutive #1 single with "The Kind Of Love We Make" and the other day he announced what is next single would be! 

"Going, Going, Gone" was co-written by Luke, Ray Fulcher, and James McNair, and is his third single from his album Growin' Up. The ballad is a different take on a heart-break song, it's about to happen, the girl he is singing about is going to disappear and there is no way to stop her. The relationship just isn't meant to be and he knows it.

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Monday, 17 January 2022 21:30

New Music From Luke Combs: Doin' This

Luke Combs debuted a new song at the CMA's this past November called "Doin' This". So that may be where you've heard this new one from Luke before. In the song he sings about his love of music and performing and if he wasn't doin' this, he'd still be doin' this regardless of the fame. If you missed the CMA performance here it is! 

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Tuesday, 10 November 2020 19:00

Luke Combs on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Luke Combs was a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night (November 9). He talked to the host about getting married, Garth Brooks, his CMA nominations and more... 

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Tuesday, 15 September 2020 19:01

Luke Combs Performs 'Six Feet Apart'

Luke Combs was the musical guest last night (Spetember 14) on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and sang 'Six Feet Apart'...

Luke will be performing at The Country Fest on Thursday, June 17, 2021. Click here for ticket info!

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Wednesday, 19 August 2020 14:43

New Music On The Way From Luke Combs!

Well this is exciting! Luke Combs posted to social media that he will release a new deluxe edition album, What You See Ain't Always What You Get, on October 23rd that will have an additional five new songs on it! 

Can't wait to hear these new songs live when he plays The Country Fest on Thursday, June 17th!

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Friday, 17 July 2020 19:04

Luke Combs Sings 'Lovin' On You'!

Luke Combs was the musical guest last night on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and sang his latest single "Lovin' On You"! Who else can't wait to see him next summer at the Country Fest?!?

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Luke Combs released his latest album What You See Is What You Get in November and on that album is a collaboration Luke thought was only a dream three years ago. He got to sing with one of his country music heroes, Eric Church, on "Does To Me". Luke penned the song a couple of years prior to recording it. 

Luke Combs will be at The Country Fest on Saturday, June 20th!

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