CMHOFM Celebrates ‘Luke Combs: The Man I Am’ Exhibit Opening

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum celebrated the opening of its latest exhibit, “Luke Combs: The Man I Am,” last night (July 10).

Open now until June 2025, the exhibit explores the country star’s life and career thus far with stage wear, tour memorabilia, manuscripts, setlists, instruments, photographs, posters, childhood memorabilia and more on display, paired with an official playlist. For more information, click here.

Combs visited Nashville in January 2014 to record his first EP, The Way She Rides, and officially made the move to Music City that September at age 24. Within a year, he signed with a booking agent, and filled small rooms throughout the Southeast with fans who had discovered him online. Combs then signed a record deal with River House Artists and Sony Music Nashville in October 2016, after independently releasing three EPs and generating buzz with songs such as “Hurricane,” which became his first country radio No. 1 in May 2017.