Formerly independent artist Luke Combs has taken the country music scene by storm with his current single, “Hurricane,” which has already garnered over 20 million on demand streams. He’s been named as one to watch by Music Row, Nash Country Daily, Sounds Like Nashville, Wide Open Country, Sirius XM’s The Highway and was recently one of Rolling Stone’s “Top New Country Artists You Need To Know.” Luke recently teamed with CMT Music on the world premiere of his new video for “Hurricane,” and is among the latest group of artists to join the “CMT Artist Discovery" campaign. “Hurricane” is the first single from his forthcoming full-length album This One’s For You, releasing in the near future via River House Artists/Columbia Nashville.
River House Artists, founded by veteran industry executive Lynn Oliver-Cline, is an independent record label and publishing company developing exciting new talent. Named one of the “Top 5 A&R Women in the World” in 2003, Oliver-Cline has charted an eclectic path in the music industry, beginning as an intern for Hootie & The Blowfish and Fishco Management, talent scout and A&R Director for producer Matt Serletic, later joining ROAR as day-to-day management for Zac Brown Band. In 2013 she moved to Nashville to become Vice President of Publishing and A&R for Brown’s Southern Ground Artists before launching River House Artists in 2016.
Columbia Nashville is part of Sony Music Nashville and is home to artists like Maren Morris, Chase Rice, Tyler Farr, Levon and superstar Kenny Chesney.