What You See Is What You Get
Set to be released November 8, 2019
Beer Never Broke My Heart
Luke Combs Includes Eric Church on His New Album!
Luke Combs’ new album not only includes a guest appearance by Brooks & Dunn, but a collaboration with CMA Entertainer of the Year nominee Eric Church as well. The two North Carolina natives team up on the track “Does to Me,” while B&D show up on the already-released “1, 2 Many.” News about the Church cut comes as Luke reveals the track listing for his seventeen-song sophomore album, What You See Is What You Get. The title track is out now as well.
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Luke Combs Dedicates Song to St. Jude Kid
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Luke Combs Announces ‘What You See Is What You Get Tour’
Luke Combs’ Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour will be going strong through the end of the year, but he’s already mapped out the next leg of his journey. He’ll launch the What You See Is What You Get Tour next February with Ashley McBryde and Drew Parker opening the dates. The new tour takes its name from Luke’s sophomore album, which is set to be released November 8. Pre-sales for the What You See Is What You Get Tour start next Tuesday, September 24, with tickets becoming available to the general public on Friday. Read more HERE.
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‘CMT Artist’s of the Year’ Nominees Announced!
Carrie Underwood, Dan + Shay, Kane Brown, Luke Combs, and Thomas Rhett will be honored as 2019’s CMT Artists of the Year next month, the network announced Tuesday morning on its socials. You’ll be able to watch this year’s ceremony — typically held at Nashville’s Schermerhorn Symphony Center — on October 16 at 8 p.m. ET on CMT.
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2019 CMA Nominations
CMA Nominations Announced, Luke is nominated for:
- Male Vocalist of the Year
- Song of the Year with ‘Beautiful Crazy’
- Musical Event of the Year x Brooks & Dunn with ‘Brand New Man’
Click HERE for a complete list of nominees
Watch The 53rd Annual CMA Awards hosted by Carrie Underwood, Reba McEntire, and Dolly Parton set to air November 13th at 8/7c on ABC!
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Three Day Benefit Concert
Atlanta’s newest venue, the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, is planning a massive three-day benefit concert Nov. 15-17 to help raise money for veterans groups and fight homelessness in the fast growing city. The three-day ATLive concert series will open Friday with an all-star country concert headlined by Keith Urban and Blake Shelton and close Sunday with Eric Church and Luke Combs. Artists for a Saturday concert, which will not include country music, will be announced soon.
ATLive will will benefit Johnnie Mac Soldier’s Fund, providing scholarships to veterans, military family members and the children of fallen and disabled veterans, and the Quest Community Development Organization which develops affordable housing and provide needs-based community services in Atlanta. Click HERE for more information.
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