Luke Combs has a crossover smash on his hands with his cover of Tracy Chapman's 1988 hit "Fast Car," so we couldn't wait to have him join us to talk about that and lots more on #MostRequestedLive.
He opens up about songs he listened to growing up, saying "my parents were always listening to anything and everything" and shares how being a dad has affected his songwriting, "definitely have a lot less time to sit around and write songs, I'll tell ya that much!" "When I'm home, I don't really do much else besides making food, changing diapers, rolling around on the floor - that stuff's awesome."
What's on his rider? "Mostly just mixed drinks" but he says he can shotgun a beer in under two seconds -- which comes from a "lotta reps."
From the show at Gillette Stadium, where he brought up eight-year-old cancer survivor, Cooper, he shared his view on giving back: "The best part of the job is being able to do stuff for someone else. It's not what I can do for me or what I can buy for myself." "It's how can you make their life better by how lucky you've been able to be."
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