Luke Combs Helps Out Active-Duty Airman Who’ll Miss Show Because He Got Deployed

Luke Combs wearing a hat
Zack Massey

Look at ol’ Luke Combs serving the people.

First off, Luke has always been the kind to help people out.

He lowkey paid for the funerals of the three men who passed away at the Faster Horses Festival, donated a ton to various charities, and recently helped a fan who got screwed over on a third-party ticket website.

Now, he’s back at it again, this time, helping out a member in the military.

A guy by the name of Cameron Bouie posted a message to Luke on Twitter, saying this:

“Hey Luke Combs, I’m in the United States Air Force and I’m stationed at Shaw AFB in Sumter, SC.

Last week, I was deployed to New Jersey to help with Afghanistan Refugee effort and I’m not sure how long I’ll be here. I bought tickets for your concert in North Carolina for the Sep. 11th show and I may miss your show.

I’m a huge fan of your music and love every song you’ve released. I was wondering if you could help me out to attend a future show when I leave NJ. I have proof of my ticket, and I tried to refund my ticket or sell it but I’m getting no luck.”

And Luke’s response?

“We’ll get you taken care of brother.

Thank you for your service. Send me a DM”

Atta boy Luke.

Much respect.

And while we’re on the topic of the military, and the events of Afghanistan still weighing heavy on our hearts, give a listen to Luke’s unreleased “Ever Mine.”

Co-written alongside Charlie Worsham and Hailey Whitters, it’s about a lonely soldier, stationed overseas, penning an emotional letter to his wife at home.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock