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Troy Combs

Troy Combs

Country Hermitage, TN  US
Ribbon 50% of sales go to the charity Fender Music Foundation.
Women are My Weakness
Women are My Weakness
Ain't No Drunk Enough
Ain't No Drunk Enough
Albuquerque Lights
Albuquerque Lights
Honey Do
Honey Do
Woman's World
Woman's World

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  • Francie Reith (Artist)
    Francie Reith
    WOMAN ARE MY WEAKNESS~ N I C E ~ TROY COUNTRY LOVE FRANCIE
  • Doug Dickens (Artist)
    Doug Dickens
    very nice Troy ... love your down home sound and great country .... kickin'
  • Laura Rogez (Fan)
    Laura Rogez
    I Love the "Devil in Me" & "Women are My Weakness"... two of my fav's. Since the moment I heard his Cd I couldn't believe how moving the songs were (whimsical & emotio...
  • Smith III (Artist)
    Smith III
    Hi, Congratulations! Nice music! Could you drop by sometime and support or listen to ours? Put A Stamp On It! Smith III
  • Brian David Attal (Artist)
    Brian David Attal
    Hi Troy Great I love ~Aint no Drunk Enough ~! *Thankyou for your Add & Support ~! BD.
  • Audrey Hill (Fan)
    Audrey Hill
    very talented artist! Congratulations!

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Bio: Troy Combs is an accomplished country music entertainer who has two
completed CD's to his credit. His performances are energetic and enthusiastic,
Troy's experience consists of several successful tours of Europe and Australia,
performing live in concerts as well as appearances on live radio and t...See Full Bio

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Q: yes realy /likr yorur voice. so u have beem singing along time.

A: Thank you for the question .. I have been singing since I was about 10 years old but only to the radio and church really started to get serious about it around the age of 18 or so!! Thanks again...

Asked by Marilyn Dundas Pierson. Answered on Fri Feb 01 2013

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