Combs' "Beautiful Crazy" gets acoustic treatment
Friday, February 15, 2019
– Luke Combs went the acoustic route today. The North Carolina star issued an acoustic version of his Platinum-certified single, "Beautiful Crazy."
The stripped-down rendition, produced by Scott Moffatt, celebrates "Beautiful Crazy" which reached number three at country radio after 14 weeks on the chart, making it Combs' fastest-rising single to date.
Combs' debut album, "This One's For You" (River House Artists/Columbia Nashville), was the highest selling country album in 2018 with 1.1 million equivalent album units sold and the only country album to surpass 1 million album units. It's also the most-streamed country album of 2019 so far.
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