Luke Combs doesn’t really need any more star power at his shows these days. But last night in Nashville, he brought some anyway.
At his first of two sold-out shows at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena, Luke Combs not only brought the house down on his own: He also brought out two other superstars to help him celebrate the end of his first arena tour.
First up was Thomas Rhett to help out with “Lovin’ On You,” from his new album What You See Is What You Get.
MY HSUABDN IS HERE OMG IM JOT OKAY’ !!!!! Thank god I came tonight!!!! I would’ve been mad if I didn’t! As you can tell, I lost all chill sorry not sorry @ThomasRhettpic.twitter.com/gwHOGmabx3
And to help close out the show, Luke had Keith Urban on hand for “Hurricane” the song that started one of the fastest rises to the top that country music has ever seen.
As if we didn’t already know it from his seven straight #1 singles, bringing both of these guys out in the same show just further proves it: Luke Combs is a fucking superstar.
The first time I saw Luke was in January 2017. He was playing at a small bar in Birmingham, and I convinced a friend who had never even heard of him to go with me. Fast forward less than three years and he’s wrapping up his first arena tour with two sold out shows in Nashville and trotting out guys like Thomas Rhett and Keith Urban (and that friend I saw him with in Birmingham has been my girlfriend for almost three years – thanks Luke). Talk about a meteoric rise.
And if last night’s show in Nashville was any indication, this is one star that’s only going to keep rising.