Birth Name: Luke Albert Combs
Place of Birth: Huntersville, North Carolina, U.S.
Date of Birth: March 2, 1990
Ethnicity: English, Scottish, Irish, German, Scots-Irish/Northern Irish
Luke Combs is an American country music singer and songwriter. His songs include “Beautiful Crazy,” “Beer Never Broke My Heart,” “Even Though I’m Leaving,” “Does to Me,” “Lovin’ on You,” “Better Together,” “Forever After All,” “Doin’ This,” “The Kind of Love We Make,” “Going, Going, Gone,” “Love You Anyway,” and the remix “Fast Car;” and featured vocals on “Cold Beer Calling My Name.”
Luke is the son of Rhonda and Chester Combs. He performed a solo in Carnegie Hall as a child. Luke was raised mostly in Ashville, North Carolina, and moved to Nashville, Tennessee, for his country music career. He is married to Nicole Hocking, with whom he has two children.
Luke’s paternal grandfather was Chester Lee Combs (the son of Elza Addison Combs and Gladys G. King). Chester was born in Maryland. Elza was the son of Angus Addison Combs and Annie Laurie Buckley. Gladys was the daughter of William H. King and Elmira Rice.
Luke’s paternal grandmother was Donna Josephine Weddle (the daughter of Joseph Harley Weddle and Mary Jane Shipway). Donna was born in Maryland. Joseph was the son of Mary M. Bender. Luke’s great-grandmother Mary Jane was the daughter of Alexander Shipway and Josephine Blanche Smith.
Luke’s maternal grandfather was James Andrew Frasure (the son of Andrew Frasure and Thelma Greenhall Matthews). James was born in North Carolina. Luke’s great-grandfather Andrew was the son of James Monroe Frasure and Sarah Emma “Sally” Smith. Thelma was the daughter of Joseph Carlton Matthews and Della Doan.
Luke’s maternal grandmother was Margaret Ann Hasty (the daughter of James Martin Hasty and Esther Leona Helms). James was the son of Harvey Wilson Hasty and Sarah Ellen Gibson. Esther was the daughter of Marshal Alexander Helms and Rosa Ann Pigg.
Obituary of Luke’s paternal grandfather, Chester Lee Combs – https://thetandd.com