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Luke Combs Honors John Anderson With New Version Of ‘Seminole Wind’

Luke Combs paid tribute to country music icon John Anderson with a cover of one of Anderson’s biggest hits.

As part of the John Anderson tribute album, dubbed Something Borrowed, Something New: A Tribute to John Anderson, Combs covered “Seminole Wind,” the fourth single and title track from Anderson’s album of the same name.

“So blow, blow Seminole wind / Blow like you’re never gonna blow again / I’m calling to you like a long-lost friend / But I know who you are / And blow, blow from the Okeechobee / All the way up to Micanopy / Blow across the home of the Seminole / The alligator and the gar,” Combs sings on the track’s chorus.

The North Carolina took to social media on Friday (Aug. 5) upon the track’s release to tell fans to go check out the cover.

“Man, this was such an honor,” Combs wrote. ”Y’all go check it out! @johnanderson is a legend and I hope I did this one an ounce of justice.”

Listen to Combs’ cover of Anderson’s “Seminole Wind” below.

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