Luke Combs: hit singles, record streams & sold-out shows

Arena tours to performances, Combs sells out shows wherever he goes

September 24, 2018
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Record-breaking would be the best way to describe Luke Combs. It doesn’t matter if we’re talking about singles, streams or sold-out shows, his repeated success in under a year has been simply undeniable. With three consecutive No. 1 singles to his name and a long-standing fan favorite on the charts, Luke Combs’ songs have been dominating the charts since Spring 2017. Dedicated fans were first introduced to what would be Combs’ debut single, “Hurricane,” back in 2015 when it sold 15,000 copies in its first week. When re-released as his first single off of his debut album, “This One’s For You,” the song became Combs’ first No. 1 single in May 2017, holding the position for two weeks. Months later, Luke Combs released “When It Rains It Pours” which became his second consecutive No. 1 single, and earlier this year he received his third consecutive No. 1 with “One Number Away.”

"One Number Away." Single No. 3. Out now. pic.twitter.com/kROcOGlfGd

— Luke Combs -- (@lukecombs) January 11, 2018

With over 45 millions streams, Combs’ current single, “She Got the Best of Me,” is a song Combs has performed on the road for years and has long been a long-time fan favorite which is what led him to release it as part of his expanded, 17-track deluxe album “This One’s For You Too.” Combs has consistently provided fans with new music since he first appeared on the scene in 2014. He would go on to release two EPs that year, “The Way She Rides” and “Can I Get An Outlaw.” The following year he would release his third EP, “This One’s For You.” In June 2017 Luke Combs released his debut album, also titled “This One’s For You,” which surpassed 1 billion streams earlier this year and is currently the most-streamed country album of 2018.

Dream come true to announce two shows at @TheRyman - Feb. 2 & 3. Tickets on sale Saturday, Nov. 4 / 10 a.m. CST on https://t.co/RzSYEvromx. pic.twitter.com/lpOR69Bedj

— Luke Combs -- (@lukecombs) October 30, 2017

Combs hasn’t only seen record-breaking success on the charts though, with his impressive ability to sell-out shows consistently. In November 2017, Combs sold-out his 2-night headlining debut at the Roman Auditorium in under 60 minutes. His first headlining tour, “Don’t Tempt Me With A Good Time,” sold-out in all 55 cities. His recently announced, first-ever headlining arena tour, “Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour,” sold-out at 23 of the 28 total venues in its first weekend.

This is surreal... 23 of the 28 shows on my first ever arena tour sold out over the weekend. I continue to be humbled by the support y'all show for my music!

Limited tickets remain for Birmingham, Wichita, North Little Rock, Knoxville and Tulsa at https://t.co/JouDlmPBZs! pic.twitter.com/i6LnKGiGii

— Luke Combs -- (@lukecombs) September 17, 2018

Luke Combs hit the road this summer for Jason Aldean’s “High Noon Neon Tour,” as well as performing at Lollapalooza. Combs also performed on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and Good Morning America.

Humbled and honored to have been nominated for Male Vocalist of the Year and New Artist of the Year at the @CountryMusic Association Awards. Thanks to all who made this happen. #CMAawards pic.twitter.com/qhQ4TP5HeO

— Luke Combs -- (@lukecombs) August 28, 2018

Luke Combs has also been recognized with multiple nominations. In 2017, he received a nomination for Breakthrough Music Video of the Year at the CMT Music Awards as well as a New Artist of the Year nomination at the CMAs.

Sunday morning, man, she woke up fighting mad
Bitching and moaning on and on ‘bout the time I had#CMTawards #VOTELUKE pic.twitter.com/RFGdjx0apg

— Luke Combs -- (@lukecombs) June 6, 2018

2018 has been just as kind to Combs at the award shows with him receiving nominations for Top Country Artist and Top Country Album for “This One’s For You” at the Billboard Music Awards. Combs also received a Video of the Year nomination for “When It Rains It Pours” at this year’s CMT Music Awards. At this year’s upcoming CMAs, Luke Combs is nominated for New Artist of the Year and Male Vocalist of the Year. With his deep voice and purposefully ironic lyrics, Luke Combs will be back in Chicago this November for US*99 and Radio.com's Stars & Strings concert benefitting our veterans. The all-acoustic set will be a can’t-miss performance without a doubt.

Chase cardholders have access to purchase advance tickets and VIP Sound Check passes with Luke Combs during the exclusive Chase Advance Ticket Sale beginning Tuesday, Sept. 25 at 10AM CT through Thursday, Sept 27 at 10PM CT. Subject to availability. Terms, conditions, restrictions apply. Debt cards provided by JPMorgan Chase Bank N.A. Member FDIC. Credit Cards issued by Chase Bank USA, N.A. Limit 4 tickets per customer. 

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