Lawrence opens up about re-visiting his biggest hits in the studio with some of today’s superstars by his side.
The newly announced 25-city leg of the tour will kick off February 1 in Toledo, Ohio.
On Good Ole Days, collaborations are the name of the game, as Lawrence matched his previous hits with a wide variety of today’s biggest recording artists.
Old Dominion got the most explicit message of them all, one that had them laughing hysterically and had lead singer Matthew Ramsey falling off his chair.
“Wow! Thank you all my friends and all nominees. You guys are awesome,” Pardi exclaimed.
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The trio used their harmonies to glide through hits like “In Case You Didn’t Know” by Brett Young and “Road Less Traveled” from Lauren Alaina.
Everyone who is anyone will be in Nashville come November 8 to celebrate with country music’s hottest stars at the 51st Annual CMA Awards.
The single, co-written by Combs, Jordan Walker and Ray Fulcher, has garnered more than 89 million streams and over 34 million views of the accompanying music video.
“I’m getting used to the radio playing without you singing along, but I’ll never get used to you being gone,” Combs sings.
Luke Combs has had numerous successes in his first year as a major label country star, but remains humbled and unchanged by it all.
Guests featured on the upcoming release include Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Dustin Lynch, and Tim McGraw.
Seeing his career basically blow up overnight, Combs continues to maintain his humility toward all of the attention.
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Even your favorite country artists had to face the all-too-infamous school photos, smiling awkwardly in all their grade school glory.
“I love that song and we kinda sat down and wanted to write a kinda Brad Paisley type tune and I think we nailed it,” Combs explains.
Kicking off October 3 in Los Angeles, CA, the tour will bring Combs to 25 cities across the U.S. this fall.
Impending thunderstorms didn’t put a damper on the 2017 Atlantic City BeachFest Concert Series, featuring Brantley Gilbert and Luke Combs.
“It’s a blessing,” said Combs of his recent successes.