Before He Was a Country Superstar, Luke Combs Wanted to Be a Cop

He was on Jimmy Kimmel Last Night

November 5, 2019

Rick Diamond


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Luke Combs both performed and was interviewed on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night.

  • He sang two songs off his new album that comes out on Friday: his current single ‘Even Though I’m Leaving’ and what is sure to be his next hit titled ‘1, 2 Many’

  • AND he also was able to sit down and talk to Kimmel about college, his first jobs, and his first paid gig.
  • Surprisingly, he told Kimmel that while in college he was studying criminal justice and wanted to be a homicide detective before he realized he could make more money playing music.

Halloween might have just passed, but it’s never too early to get into the holiday spirit!

  • It was just announced that Kacey Musgraves will host a Christmas variety show with special guests including James Corden, Kendall Jenner, Camilla Cabello, and the Radio City Hall Rockettes!

My new special, “The ‪Kacey Musgraves‬ Christmas Show” is coming to you full of festive musical & comedic moments featuring many of the incredible talents you know and love (including my actual Nana!) Watch it November 29th on @amazonprimevideo ‪ #KaceyChristmas

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  • The special will begin streaming on Amazon Prime Video starting on November 29th

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  • Little Big Town, Garth Brooks, Luke Bryan, Kenny Chesney, Dan + Shay, Sam Hunt, Tim McGraw, Kip Moore, Chris Young, and Keith Urban