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"They told me I was essentially too boring to be on television," Combs said of his audition for 'The Voice.'
Since earning his first Country Airplay entry with “Hurricane” in 2017, Luke Combs has earned 13 additional No. 1 hits on the chart, sold out stadium shows, and made Billboard history as the first artist in the 56-year history of the Top Country Albums chart whose first two studio albums have spent 25 or more weeks at No. 1.
But before his juggernaut music industry success, Combs was just another aspiring artist auditioning for The Voice — and he was among the long line of hopefuls who have been rejected from the talent competition.
Combs recently appeared on the Full Send podcast and recounted his experience going through a few producer audition rounds for The Voice.
“I tell them I want to do a country song, and they are like, ‘Oh, well, you didn’t sing country before.’ I’m like, ‘So I have to sing one kind of [music]? The show is just about being a singer.’ There’s got to be some sort of angle. I got a letter back after the next audition — which, I made it through — and they told me essentially I was too boring to be on television. … I didn’t make it to the show. I still have the letter in storage that’s like, ‘You’re a great singer, but…’ Essentially it’s about ratings, right?”

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