Luke Combs says his Grammys duet with Tracy Chapman was “a defining second of my profession”.
The pair teamed up for a surprising efficiency of Chapman’s ‘Quick Automobile’ and Luke, 33, admitted to being “in awe” of Tracy, 59, and the affect her music has had on the world.
He wrote on Instagram: “With regards to the efficiency it’s nonetheless exhausting to course of how superb it actually was to be up there on that stage. Little doubt a defining second of my profession. Tracy, I need to ship my sincerest due to you for permitting me to be part of your second. Thanks for the affect you may have had on my musical journey, and the musical journeys of numerous different singers, songwriters, musicians, and followers alike. I hope you felt how a lot you imply to the world that evening. We had been all in awe of you up there and I used to be simply the man fortunate sufficient to have the most effective seat in the home.”
Luke additionally praised his spouse Nicole Hocking, who he married in 2020, for at all times supporting him.
He wrote: “What an unreal Grammy week to say the least. There have been so many laughs, tears, hugs, and cheers that it nearly doesn’t appear actual. From the resort hangs and rehearsals, to the dinners and submit present pizza, the vibes had been HIGH. I need to thank my entire group for working tirelessly to make this occur and my spouse for at all times being by my aspect, I really like you.”