Luke Combs Performs “Forever After All” For CMT Artists Of The Year

The CMT Artists of the Year ceremony was last night and it was… something.

Walker Hayes performed “Fancy Like” for the 4,723,679th time, which I still have PTSD from all of the Applebee’s commercials so that was hard to watch, but Randy Travis had us all tearing up after receiving the “Artist of a Lifetime” award.

Also, Michael W. Smith was on hand to present an award to Gabby Barrett even though he’s a contemporary Christian artist who hasn’t really been relevant since the ’90s. So… that was a bit obscure.

It was a bit of a mixed bag for sure, however, Luke Combs performed, and there’s one thing for certain:

You can’t miss a good ol’ live performance from the man of the people.

Combs played his hit song “Forever After All,” the third song in his trilogy of love songs written for his wife Nicole. Co-written by Drew Parker and Rob Williford, it peaked at #1 (like every other Luke Combs single).

As much as I love the man’s latest music, I’m ready for this new album to go ahead and drop. Mainly because I’m dying to here a studio version of “Joe.”

And if you haven’t heard “Joe” yet, here’s your chance. You won’t regret it.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock