Luke Combs Performs Unreleased Bluegrass Song “Still”

Lukegrass… I’m here for it.

We’ve seen a few country artists dip their toes in the bluegrass scene over the years, particularly Dierks Bentley with his 2010 Up On The Ridge album. He also did a little bluegrass on his surprise EP, Live From Telluride.

And of course, who could Sturgill Simpson’s PHENOMENAL Cuttin’ Grass project? I mean, I still have those records on repeat.

Earlier this year, Luke Combs paired up with bluegrass superstar Billy Strings, for “The Great Divide.”

And with that, he announced that he had a bluegrass project in the works, but due to the pandemic, he was going to be finishing up LC3, before the release of the bluegrass record.

“I have a new song called “The Great Divide” with Billy Strings out now. I wrote it with my buddies Billy and Wyatt Durrette in June of last year. It was originally intended to be on a bluegrass album that I was working on, but that has been put on pause for now and album three is up next.

Since it was meant to be on my bluegrass album, it will sound a little different than what y’all are used to hearing from me, but would love for y’all to check it out and let me know what y’all think.”

But recently at a show in Houston, Texas, Luke gave fans a little taste of what’s to come with the unreleased bluegrass tune, “Falling For You Still” or possibly just called “Still.”

Go on and drop the grass Luke… we need it.



A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock