Luke Combs Teases That He’ll Be Performing A Brand New, Unreleased Song At The CMA Awards

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If you were trying to find some reason to tune into the CMA Awards, Luke Combs has one for you.

Luke teased on Twitter that he’ll be performing a brand new, unreleased song at the awards show on Wednesday night.

Now, Luke says that he’s “still trying to decide” what he wants to sing at the awards, but come on, do you really think he’d tease us like that and then decide to go with something else instead? Nah, because that’s how you start riots and wars and shit.

Luke also said that the new song would be available for stream and purchase after the performance.

We’ve gotten some previews of new music from Luke on social media lately, like the steamy “The Kind Of Love We Make.”

And he even performed an unreleased bluegrass song at a recent show.

So will it be one of these songs that we get from Luke on Wednesday, or will it be something completely new?

We know that Luke is not only working on his third album, but also a bluegrass album that he plans to release after that. So we know he’s got plenty of songs in the hopper to choose from.

Guess we’ll just have to tune in to find out.

The CMA Awards will be broadcast live from Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on Wednesday, November 10 at 7 PM central, and the full list of performers includes Jason Aldean and Carrie Underwood, Brothers Osborne, Eric Church, Miranda Lambert, Carly Pearce and Ashley McBryde, Blake Shelton, and Chris Stapleton, among many others.

And of course, you can follow along in the fun with us on Twitter – which will be the most entertaining part of the whole show.

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