Luke Combs has plans to share a full show from his most recent tour so that fans who are missing live music can experience something close to it once again.
He shared the exciting news on his social media, starting, “We’re doing it … Excited to announce I’ll be going live this Thursday, Friday 18 at 8PM ET with a video of a full show of mine from the What You See Is What You Get Tour.”
The concert will start at noon AEST, February 19 and will be available to watch for free via his Facebook and YouTube pages.
Combs’ What You See Is What You Get tour began in early 2020 but was cut short after just a few dates due to the pandemic. The toured followed his 2019 Beer Never Broke My Heart tour, which included his last dates in Australia.
Combs recently featured on Jameson Rodgers’ latest single, Cold Beer Calling My Name. Directed by Dustin Haney, the music video sees both artists as beer delivery drivers who are ready to clock out and crack open a cold one, and also features singer-songwriter Drew Parker, and songwriters Dan and Reid Isbell. The track is a follow-up to Rodgers’ debut, Some Girls.
Combs’ last release was his bluegrass collaboration single with musician and guitarist, Billy Strings off Combs’ future bluegrass project. The Great Divide was his first new music since the release of his deluxe album, What You See Ain’t Always What You Get. The album was certified Gold, topped the list of the 2020 ARIA Country Albums Chart and became Combs’ first number one record in Australia.
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