The hottest concert series this year is coming to Atlanta. In addition to appearances by Opry members, each Opry show also features a number of guest artists. Such guest lists can include the newest acts in country music, legends of the genre, and even artists from outside of country music who have been inspired or entertained by the Opry over the years.
As if that’s not impressive enough, his Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour is breaking records left and right. He recently added six shows to the summer trek and each show sold out, totaling 70,000 tickets sold.
Combs made history as the first artist to simultaneously top all five Billboard country charts for multiple weeks: Top Country Albums, Hot Country Songs, Country Airplay, Country Streaming Songs and Country Digital Song Sales (dated March 9 and March 30).
Earlier this year, the recent Grand Ole Opry inductee made history as the first artist to simultaneously top all five Billboard country charts for multiple weeks: Top Country Albums, Hot Country Songs, Country Airplay, Country Streaming Songs and Country Digital Song Sales.
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Luke Combs will kick off his Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour” in 2019—his first ever headline arena tour, marking another major career milestone for the breakthrough musician. The extensive tour—which will feature special guests LANCO and Jameson Rodgers—will commence January 31 at Birmingham’s Legacy Arena at the BJCC and will span through the spring featuring stops at legendary venues across the country including New York’s Hammerstein Ballroom and Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheater, among many others.
A Luke Combs concert tour performance can last up to three hours. Expect up to 20 songs during the show, plus at least one encore. Encores can include up to five songs, so be sure you stay until the bitter end.
Combs started making a name for himself in 2014 when he released his EP, The Way She Rides.” He released another EP titled Can I Get an Outlaw” later that same year, with his hit single Hurricane” climbing the charts rapidly. Eventually, Hurricane” reached number one on the country music charts, with fans clamoring to hear the tune over and over again.
Combs: It’s just everything that you dream of when you start doing this for a living. You want to have a platform for people to hear your music and you hope that people love it. So far they do. It’s a really awesome feeling to get up on stage every night and not have to wonder if people are listening, or if they’re gonna know your songs or know who you are. You spend a lot of time trying to prove yourself and validate yourself. It’s a really awesome feeling, at least for right now, that we can go on stage and have songs that people have been hearing on the radio.
Celebrated for its lyrical fortitude and modern traditionalist bravado, the project and its expanded deluxe version have spurred four consecutive No. 1 hits: Hurricane,” When It Rains It Pours,” One Number Away” and “She Got The Best Of Me.” Combs is the first solo artist to score four consecutive career-opening No. 1’s on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart. Recently awarded New Artist of the Year at the 52nd Annual CMA Awards, Combs will embark on his largest North American headline tour in 2019—with 27 of the 28 venues already sold-out. The Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour” features sold-out performances at Greensboro, NC’s Greensboro Coliseum, Greenville, SC’s Bon Secours Wellness Arena, Columbus, OH’s Schottenstein Center, Charlottesville, VA’s John Paul Jones Arena, New York’s Hammerstein Ballroom, Omaha, NE’s HI Health Center and Morrison, CO’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre among many others.
Since its release, the album has spent a total of 27 non-consecutive weeks at #1 on the Billboard Country Albums chart, including 16 weeks in 2018—the most of any album in a calendar year. The first five singles—3x platinum Hurricane,” 3x platinum When It Rains It Pours,” platinum One Number Away,” platinum She Got The Best of Me” and 2x platinum “Beautiful Crazy”—have all reached #1 making Combs the first artist ever to score five consecutive career-opening #1’s on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart.
ACM, CMA and CMT Award-winning artist Luke Combs will kick off his What You See Is What You Get Tour” next year with a newly confirmed stop at the Bryce Jordan Center February 13th with special guests Ashley McBryde and Drew Parker.
Since the release of This One’s For You, Combs has been named Billboard’s Top 100 Artist and Top New Country Artist of 2017, Best New Country Artist” at the iHeart Radio Awards, Music Row’s Breakthrough Artist Of The Year” and 2017 Artist To Watch by Amazon Music, Billboard, Bobby Bones, CMT, HuffPost, Nashville Lifestyles, Pandora and Rolling Stone.
The sincerely humble Combs talked about his parents (and how he helped them retire early thanks to his recent success), let some of his sidemen sing (Rowdy Rob Williford has a better voice than half the male recording artists in Nashville) and explained what inspired several of his songs.
Combs: We’ve been out playing for a long time. I’ve never really stopped playing live gigs since I was good enough to play for an hour in front of people. I’ve always liked singing and playing and the atmosphere of a concert, seeing people have fun listening to good music. It’s been awesome to have gotten to do all of this. To go from playing a chicken wing restaurant in Asheville, the Wild Wing Cafe, to selling out PNC Music Pavilion in Charlotte where I used to go see concerts when I was a kid is absolutely mind-blowing. Having 20,000 people buy tickets, that is insane to me.
While a Luke Combs concert can always vary in the songs performed, fans may expect to hear his aforementioned hits along with songs like “Beer Never Broke My Heart.” He also performs a variety of cover songs such as the Eagles’ song, “Desperado,” Brooks & Dunn ‘s “Brand New Man” and Hank Williams Jr. ‘s song “All my Rowdy Friends.” A Luke Combs tour may also feature songs from his first EP, The Way She Rides, produced without a major label.
Additionally, Combs’ landmark debut This One’s For You” tops the Billboard Country Albums chart for a 44th week, the second-most weeks for an album to lead the list since it debuted in 1964. Shania Twain’s Come On Over” holds the longest run, with 50 weeks at No. 1.
Alcohol will be served at this event. Guests are not permitted to bring in any outside alcoholic beverages, nor are they permitted to leave the building with alcohol purchased inside the Bryce Jordan Center. Alcoholic beverages may be purchased inside the arena at select events. All alcohol purchases must be accompanied by a valid state-issued driver’s license or ID, Passport or Military ID. You must be 21 years of age to purchase any alcohol. Service of alcoholic beverages is limited to two (2) drinks per person, per purchase. Management has the right to refuse service at any time. Alcohol sales can be terminated at any time at the discretion of Bryce Jordan Center management.
While the raucous blue-collar anthems ring true, Combs rounds out the album with feel good nostalgia on That’s What Memories Are Made Of” and tugs the toughest of heartstrings with the clever word play in I Got A Way With You.” Combs co-wrote every track on the full-length debut.
Combs’ performance Saturday night at sold-out Xcel Energy Center was the most exciting first-time headline performance by a country newcomer since Chris Stapleton‘s in 2017. The 29-year-old from Asheville, N.C., commanded the stage with his down-home personality, powerful voice and superior songs, cut from the fabric of 1990s Nashville but still sounding fresh.
Now, he’s a bonafide country superstar. His platinum-selling debut album, This One’s For You, has spent 20 non-consecutive weeks on top of Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart since its summer 2017 release and was recently named Billboard’s Top Country Album of 2018. He’s earned four chart-topping singles, each of which have been certified platinum and above. Additionally, he is the first solo artist ever to launch a career with four consecutive No.1 singles.
Luke Combs released his very first album, This One’s For You” in June 2017. The album was an immediate hit, and singles from it included such country music staples as One Number Away” and When It Rains It Pours.” Combs was quickly becoming one of the most popular new stars in country music and his concerts were selling out all over the country.
Yes, the dude — who clutched a red Solo cup in his hand for nearly half the show and shot a can of beer in about three seconds — has a winning way with drinking songs. Whiskey showed up in a tune or two, but beer foamed up several times, including the pre-encore finale, the rollicking Beer Never Broke My Heart,” which could be 2019’s best honky-tonk romp.
Blending a love of classic country and Southern-fried soul – a fusion inspired equally by fellow modern mavericks Eric Church and Chris Stapleton – Luke Combs slyly updates these traditional sounds with a hint of modern R&B.
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ACM, CMA and CMT Award-winning artist Luke Combs will kick off his What You See Is What You Get Tour” next year with newly confirmed stops at Lexington’s Rupp Arena, Grand Rapids’ Van Andel Arena, Albuquerque’s Isleta Amphitheater, Colorado Spring’s Broadmoor World Arena and Houston’s Toyota Center among many others. See below for complete tour details.
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What You See Is What You Get is the follow up to Combs’ breakthrough double Platinum debut, This One’s For You, which has spent 47 non-consecutive weeks at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart—the longest reign ever for a male artist and second longest for an artist overall following Shania Twain’s Come On Over in 1997 (50 weeks). This One’s For You is also the most-streamed country album of 2019 so far.
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Combs’ breakthrough debut album This One’s For You is now certified RIAA double Platinum. Additionally, Combs was named Country Artist of the Year at the 2019 iHeartRadio Music Awards, New Artist of the Year at the 52nd Annual CMA Awards, was nominated for Best New Artist at the 61st GRAMMY Awards and was the recipient of a CMA Triple Play Award for writing three No. 1 songs in a 12 month period.
Luke Combs revealed the track list to his upcoming album, What You See Is What You Get, which is set to drop on Nov. 8. Post your event memories with commemorative tickets, photo collages, and more.
After an extremely successful sales so far, a limited number of Farm Aid 2019 tickets remain available for purchase at Individual ticket prices range from $54.50 to $249.50.
Earlier this week, Combs made history as the first artist to simultaneously top all five Billboard country charts for multiple weeks: Top Country Albums, Hot Country Songs, Country Airplay, Country Streaming Songs and Country Digital Song Sales (dated March 9 and March 30).
In 2018 Combs toured clubs before opening for Jason Aldean He’s now filling arenas and other well-known venues across America and Canada. Many of the upcoming dates are already sold out, but tickets for the dates from Sept. 26 through Dec. 13 will be available via a special pre-sale on April 2 and go on sale to the general public on April 5.
Combs has already scored six No. 1 songs, with both ballads and barroom anthems — and captured the CMA Award for best new artist in 2018. Luke Combs performed a sold-out show on Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019 at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul.
Much like one of his heroes, the late Chris LeDoux, Johnson hit the rodeo circuit and made his first album during that time, selling self-financed CDs from his pickup as he chased the elusive eight-second dream. But broken bones and the cost of competition took their toll, and he eventually ditched life as a rodeo pro who played music on his off days to become a prison guard in Huntsville who played clubs on the weekends. The crowds began to grow, and he pieced together a string of hits on the Texas music charts. Plus, he snagged the Texas Regional Radio Music Award as Male Vocalist of the Year. His wife, Brandi, shocked him when she agreed he should go after music as a full-time job.
Hosted by Carried Underwood with special guests Dolly Parton and Reba McEntire, the CMA Awards will air live from Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on Nov. 13 on ABC (photo by Tammie Arroyo).
Combs made history as the first artist to simultaneously top all five Billboard country charts for multiple weeks: Top Country Albums, Hot Country Songs, Country Airplay, Country Streaming Songs and Country Digital Song Sales.
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