Luke Combs And Lainey Wilson Team Up For Duet Of “Outrunnin’ Your Memory” On First Weekend Of Stadium Tour

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David Bergman

This is still my favorite song from Growin’ Up.

Luke Combs kicked off his 2023 World Tour this past weekend in Dallas at AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, and it looked like a helluva show.

Of course, it helps when you have four kickass openers to start the evening off with, including Lainey WilsonFlatland CavalryBrent Cobb and Riley Green, who Luke brought out at the end of the show for an awesome group rendition of Brooks & Dunn’s iconic “Brand New Man.”

But he also had Lainey on stage earlier in the show to duet “Outrunnin’ Your Memory” with him, which originally featured Lainey’s friend Miranda Lambert.

It’s a good old fashioned country breakup tune, where both parties find themselves unable to move on, as they hit the bars and go out in search of respite from the pain, only to be reminded of their ex by almost everything they see.

The sole collaboration on Luke’s third studio album, the pair wrote it alongside Dan Isbell, and there’s just something so catchy about the melody and the way it perfectly blends both their writing styles and unique versions of country music.

And of course, Miss Lainey certainly did Miranda proud taking over the vocals of her part, and I just hope they’ll keep doing this every weekend until I get to see them in Charlotte.

I mean really, what a duo:

The original duet with Miranda:

Luke just released his fourth studio album Gettin’ Old last week, and will be out on the road for most of this year on his massive world tour, packing out stadiums across the globe.


April 1, 2023—Indianapolis, IN—Lucas Oil Stadium*
April 15, 2023—Nashville, TN—Nissan Stadium*
April 22, 2023—Detroit, MI—Ford Field*
April 29, 2023—Pittsburgh, PA—Acrisure Stadium*
May 6, 2023—Chicago, IL—Soldier Field*
May 13, 2023—Minneapolis, MN—U.S. Bank Stadium*
May 20, 2023—Boise, ID—Albertsons Stadium*
May 27, 2023—Vancouver, BC—BC Place*
June 3, 2023—Edmonton, AB—Commonwealth Stadium*
June 10, 2023—Kansas City, MO—GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium*
June 17, 2023—St. Louis, MO—Busch Stadium*
July 8, 2023—Tampa, FL—Raymond James Stadium*
July 15, 2023—Charlotte, NC—Bank of America Stadium*
July 22, 2023—Foxborough, MA—Gillette Stadium*
July 29, 2023—Philadelphia, PA—Lincoln Financial Field*
August 9, 2023—Auckland, New Zealand—Spark Arena+
August 11, 2023—Brisbane, Australia—Brisbane Entertainment Centre+
August 16, 2023—Sydney, Australia—Qudos Bank Arena+
August 20, 2023—Melbourne, Australia—Rod Laver Arena+
August 23, 2023—Adelaide, Australia—Adelaide Entertainment Centre+
August 26, 2023—Perth, Australia—RAC Arena+
September 30, 2023—Oslo, Norway—Spektrum
October 1, 2023—Stockholm, Sweden—Annexet
October 4, 2023—Copenhagen, Denmark—Vega
October 6, 2023—Hamburg, Germany—Barclays Arena
October 7, 2023—Amsterdam, Netherlands—AFAS Live
October 8, 2023—Paris, France—La Cigale
October 10, 2023—Zurich, Switzerland—The Hall
October 11, 2023—Brussels, Belgium—Ancienne Belgique
October 13, 2023—Dublin, Ireland—3Arena
October 14, 2023—Belfast, N. Ireland—SSE Arena
October 16, 2023—Glasgow, Scotland—OVO Hydro Arena
October 17, 2023—Manchester, England—AO Arena
October 19, 2023—London, England—The O2 Arena

*with special guests Riley Green, Lainey Wilson, Flatland Cavalry and Brent Cobb

+with special guests Cody Johnson and Lane Pittman

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock