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Country superstar and reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year Luke Combs is a multi-platinum, award-winning artist from Asheville, NC. Combs is currently celebrating the release of his new album, Gettin’ Old—a companion to his acclaimed 2022 record, Growin’ Up. Produced by Combs, Chip Matthews and Jonathan Singleton, Gettin’ Old further establishes Combs as one of music’s most authentic and powerful voices, as he explores themes of family, legacy, love and personal growth. Receiving widespread critical attention, Combs recently spoke with Esquire, who calls him, “the best country singer of his generation,” while Billboard declares, “his electrifying-yet-earthy voice soundtracking this time in his life as a husband, father and entertainer at the top of his game.” With Gettin’ Old, Combs continues his historic run at country radio, as he earned the #1 and #2 most-added songs with his current fan-voted single, “Love You Anyway,” and “5 Leaf Clover,” respectively—a modern era record. “Love You Anyway” follows “Going, Going, Gone,” Combs’ record-breaking, 15th consecutive #1 single. Additionally, Combs’ version of Tracy Chapman’s “Fast Car” has simultaneously been shipped to Top 40 and Hot AC radio, his first single outside the country genre. Known for his electric live shows, Combs is in the midst of his massive World Tour, which includes sixteen sold-out North American stadium shows. With 40 shows across 3 continents and 16 countries, the run is the largest tour ever for a country artist and continues to make history, as Combs recently broke the two-day and single-day concert attendance records at Nashville’s Nissan Stadium. A Grand Ole Opry-member and 8x CMA, 3x ACM, 3x Billboard Music Award-winner, Combs is nominated for five more awards at the 2023 ACM Awards— Entertainer of the Year, Artist-Songwriter of the Year, Male Artist of the Year and Album of the Year (Growin’ Up, as an artist and producer)—and has partnered with Opry Entertainment Group to open a massive multi-level entertainment complex in downtown Nashville, expected to open summer 2024.