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December 16, 2019


ACM, CMA and CMT Award-winning artist Luke Combs wrapped his massive “Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour” this past weekend with two sold-out shows at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena. Following the landmark performances, The Tennessean declared Combs “country music’s newest giant,” while The Boot asserted, “Combs’ Nashville concerts showed that his superstar trajectory is still only at its beginning.” In addition to openers Morgan Wallen and Jameson Rodgers, the Nashville shows also featured special guest performances from Thomas Rhett, Keith Urban and Old Crow Medicine Show. In celebration of the tour, fans can now experience one of Combs’ shows on-demand through MelodyVR

Adding to his monumental year, Combs will perform his latest No. 1 single “Even Though I’m Leaving” tomorrow night during the season finale of “The Voice” on NBC. “Even Though I’m Leaving” spent three weeks at the top of the charts and is Combs’ seventh consecutive No. 1 single, extending his record-breaking streak at country radio. 

The song comes from Combs’ new album What You See Is What You Get, which debuted last month at No. 1 on the all-genre Billboard 200 chart as well as Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart with 172,000 equivalent units sold and has already accumulated four weeks at No. 1. It is also a global No. 1 album, topping charts in Canada, Australia and the U.K. Out now via River House Artists/Columbia Nashville (stream/purchase here ), the record enjoyed the largest streaming week ever for a country album with 74 million on-demand streams. It also achieved the biggest first week of album streams for a country artist ever on Apple Music within its first two days of release and was the first country album ever to hit No. 1 on the platform’s U.S. overall albums chart, while also setting a new global record for first-week streams for a country album at Spotify and the Amazon Music record for more first-week streams than any other country album debut.

Additionally, a new EP and short film, Luke Combs: The Writer’s Cut, are now available exclusively via Apple Music, which features new renditions of Combs’ songs “1, 2 Many” and “Reasons” as well as a cover of Johnny Cash’s “Greystone Chapel.” Stream HERE.

Produced by Scott Moffatt, What You See Is What You Get features 17 songs including the five tracks previously released via The Prequel EP earlier this summer. The EP debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart with all five tracks charting on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs Top 25—a feat not accomplished by any artist in 60 years since Johnny Cash in 1959. Additionally, The Prequel’s lead single, “Beer Never Broke My Heart,” recently reached No. 1 on both Billboard’s Country Airplay and Mediabase/Country Aircheck charts.

In celebration of the release, Combs is set to headline his first ever stadium show at Appalachian State University’s Kidd Brewer Stadium in Boone, NC on May 2, 2020. The sold-out stadium show is part of Combs’ newly confirmed “What You See Is What You Get Tour.” The 2020 run continues Combs’ historic success on the road with all ten of the first concerts selling out immediately after going on-sale. 

Continuing his historic year, Combs’ double Platinum debut album This One’s For You recently spent its 50th non-consecutive week at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart—tying the record for the longest reign atop the chart with Shania Twain’s Come On Over in 1997. This One’s For You is also the most-streamed country album of 2019 so far.  

1. “Beer Never Broke My Heart”
2. “Refrigerator Door”
3. “Even Though I’m Leaving” 
4. “Lovin’ On You”
5. “Moon Over Mexico”
6. “1, 2 Many” featuring Brooks & Dunn 
7. “Blue Collar Boys”
8. “New Everyday”
9. “Reasons”
10. “Every Little Bit Helps”
11. “Dear Today”
12. “What You See Is What You Get”
13. “Does To Me” featuring Eric Church 
14. “Angels Workin’ Overtime”
15. “All Over Again”
16. “Nothing Like You”
17. “Better Together” 

February 7, 2020—Columbia, MO—Mizzou Arena‡ (SOLD OUT)
February 8, 2020—Peoria, IL—Peoria Civic Center‡ (SOLD OUT)
February 13, 2020—University Park, PA—Bryce Jordan Center‡ (SOLD OUT)
February 14, 2020—Lexington, KY—Rupp Arena‡ (SOLD OUT)
February 15, 2020—Grand Rapids, MI—Van Andel Arena‡ (SOLD OUT)
April 18, 2020—Albuquerque, NM—Isleta Amphitheater‡ (SOLD OUT)
April 19, 2020—Colorado Springs, CO—Broadmoor World Arena‡ (SOLD OUT)
April 21, 2020—Las Cruces, NM—Pan American Center‡ (SOLD OUT)
April 24, 2020—Corpus Christi, TX—American Bank Center‡ (SOLD OUT)
April 25, 2020—Houston, TX—Toyota Center‡ (SOLD OUT)
May 2, 2020—Boone, NC—Kidd Brewer Stadium‡ (SOLD OUT)

‡with Ashley McBryde and Drew Parker 

January 18—Mt. Crested Butte, CO—Mountain High Music Festival 
February 10, 2020—Nashville, TN—All For The Hall at Bridgestone Arena 
March 6—Berlin, Germany—Verti Music Hall 
March 7—Amsterdam, Netherlands—AFAS Live 
March 13—Glasgow, UK—Glasgow SSE Hydro 
March 14—Dublin, Ireland—Dublin 3Arena 
March 15—London, UK—London The O2 
April 17—Florence, AZ—Country Thunder Arizona 
June 7, 2020—Myrtle Beach, SC—Carolina Country Music Fest 
June 13, 2020—Winsted, MN—Winstock Country Music Festival 
June 20, 2020—North Lawrence, OH—The Country Fest
June 26, 2020—North Platte, NE—Nebraskaland Days
June 27, 2020—Topeka, KS—Heartland Stampede
July 10, 2020—Fort Loramie, OH—Country Concert
July 12—Craven, SK—Country Thunder Saskatchewan
July 18, 2020—Eau Claure, WI—Country Jam