Did You Know Luke Combs Was Once A Bouncer At A Bar?

Cody Alan calls Luke Combs the locomotive of country music. As it turns out, he is stacked with hits and not just the musical Kind.

In a recent interview with Cody, Luke shared his experience when he once worked as a bouncer at a bar.

"Threw some folks into some cars and stuff," says the "One Too Many" singer. "You know, it was kind of one of those things where we tried so hard to be like, "If the fight was in the bar, then we aren't responsible for it." So, we would be like, "Dude. You guys can fight each other as long as you walk out in the parking lot, and I don't have to deal with it at that point. So, we tried to do that as much as possible, but sometimes you can't get there fast enough."

"But, there is an element of fun involved, right?" asks Cody.

"Kind of, I don't know. A lot of times, you are just ruining people's nights. Like, there is no interaction that you have with a bouncer that is positive in any way. You know? Like, I check your ID, which isn't really positive or negative, but any other experience you have is going to be negative."

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Luke is set to perform "Better Together" from the Bluebird Cafe during the upcoming ACM Awards show happening on Wednesday, Sept. 16th, at 8 p.m ET on CBS. Up for three nominations, watch to see if he walks away the winner of the "Entertainer of the Year," "Male Artist of the Year," or "Album of the Year" categories. 

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