Luke Combs has expanded his 2019 Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour, adding 29 new dates to his headlining road trek. The “She Got the Best of Me” singer kicked off his Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour in January, featuring Lanco and Jameson Rodgers as his opening acts. It was originally slated to run through July 13, but in a press release on Thursday (March 28), Combs revealed a new string of dates that will keep him on the road all the way through Dec. 13, when he will wrap the tour with a performance at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Rodgers, Ray Fulcher, Morgan Wallen and the Cadillac Three will accompany Combs on various dates of the tour.
Don’t call country music newcomer Luke Combs an outlaw. The word doesn’t really fit, though he does have an undeniable independent streak. And outsider doesn’t really work anymore either, since he’s come to Nashville and quickly won himself a record deal and quite a bit of attention.
Luke Combs Bootleggers Presale powered by Ticketmaster Verified Fan will be available starting Tuesday, April 2 at 10:00am local time with general on-sale following on Friday, April 5 at 10:00am local time. See below for complete tour details.
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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.
The tour culminates a massive breakthrough year for Combs, which saw the release of his platinum certified debut album, This One’s For You. This One’s For You is currently the most streamed country album of 2018, achieving over one billion streams and was also the largest album debut from a new country artist in 2017.
Luke’s Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour will kick off on Jan. 31 in Birmingham, Ala., will more than 25 stops through May 12. This event may include resale tickets with prices set by resellers. These prices may exceed face value.
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Five years ago, country singer Luke Combs was just trying to get by. He was attending college in North Carolina, working two jobs, living in an apartment above a bar and driving a 2000 Dodge Neon. He was also preparing to make the trek to Nashville to record his very first EP.
Enjoying a stellar 2018, Luke Combs’ debut full-length record This One’s For You has been one of the highest-selling country albums in Australia so far this year, and has garnered three consecutive No.1 US country hits, with a fourth, ‘She Got The Best Of Me’ the longest-running US No.1 country radio single this year, chalking up 4 straight weeks at the top.
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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.
Luke Combs will embark on his first headlining arena tour in 2019. Your entire party will enjoy the tickets while watching this great event seeing Luke Combs.
Johnson’s ability to show that soul – to dig into the ache of the sad songs and set a room in virtual flames with angry barn-burners – is tied directly to his insistence on channeling his energies into pieces that reflect his real-life experiences. By getting to the heart of those songs, his own emotions end up transferring to the listeners’ inner worlds. It’s that kind of connection that made him a self-sufficient musician even before the major-label infrastructure came calling. And it’s that engaged fan base that kept him from being a pushover when the record executives did knock.
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.
Our family of 4 attended the concert, two middle-aged parents and two teenage boys. My husband and I have been to numerous concerts and both felt this was one of the best shows we’ve seen in a very long time! Full of energy and great music – and above all else, the sound was crisp and clear, which we have NEVER had at a concert in Rogers Place since it opened!!!! Our sons have been to a handful of concerts and both said this was the best one by far. Unfortunately, we missed the first act, but Morgan Wallen and Luke Combs were both amazing and we’ll all be lifelong fans. Those boys love their fans and know how to rock it out!!! I also must add that I appreciated the reasonable ticket prices. You can’t find entertainment for that price anywhere these days, so kudos on being cognizant of the state of economics in our country right now.
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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 a newly confirmed stop at the Bryce Jordan Center February 13th with special guests Ashley McBryde and Drew Parker.
This year’s 10th Annual CMT Artists of the Year special highlights the entire year of country music, and honors this year’s artists: Carrie Underwood, Dan + Shay, Kane Brown, Luke Combs and Thomas Rhett.
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.
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.
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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.
What made the performance even more impressive is that Combs is the first country star in recent memory to headline an arena tour after releasing only one album — a disc that set a record for most weeks at No. 1 for a male country artist, at 47 and counting.
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).
Luke Combs & his band put on an awesome show last night. Although the host, band and audience were in a generally somber mood due to the Las Vegas incident, once the taping” portion of the show was complete, Luke says to us Alright, this is MY show now”, and they rocked! Was able to see him preparing to walk onto the stage and honestly, he looked a little nervous, but it was really cute to see he was human. When he was center stage, he performed like a well-seasoned professional.
Luke Combs: I definitely haven’t had the chance to soak any of it in. I hope I get to do that in the coming weeks. It’s been a pretty wild year. We’ve done so much that it’s hard to even make a top ten list of things that we’ve done this year as far as the cool factor goes.