Luke Combs Reveals Which Albums Changed His Life

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Luke Combs is a superstar country musician on his own account, but everyone gets their start by being a fan of the genre and listening to all of their favorite artists. But who does Combs listen to?

On Wednesday (December 21), the "Doin' This" singer responded to a prompt on Twitter about the country album that "changed your life or had a major influence on you." Naturally, Combs had quite a few albums that made the list, including Storms of Life by Randy Travis, No Fences by Garth Brooks, California Sunrise by Jon Pardi and Weight of These Wings by Miranda Lambert.

Other albums that shaped his life include I Still Believe In You by Vince Gill, Hard Workin' Man by Brooks & Dunn, Sinners Like Me by Eric Church, Southeastern by Jason Isbell and Wild Ones by Kip Moore.

Combs isn't the only country artist who enjoys supporting others in the industry. Earlier this month, he got a little love from fellow artists Jordan Davis, Lainey Wilson and Danielle Bradbery when they celebrated the end of his "Middle Of Somewhere Tour" by pranking him with their own choreography to "Going, Going, Gone."

He also recently put a new twist on the track, sharing an acoustic version for a reimagined take on one of the biggest hits from his album Growin' Up.