Nashville, TN – River House Artists/Columbia Nashville singer/songwriter Luke Combs will release “One Number Away” as the third single from his newly RIAA GOLD-certified, chart topping, debut album, This One’s for You, hitting the Country Radio airwaves on January 8th. Building upon his year as “one of country’s biggest breakout stars of 2017” (Rolling Stone), Combs dials up “One Number Away” to follow his two back-to-back multi-week No. 1 hits – PLATINIUM-certified “Hurricane” and GOLD-certified “When It Rains It Pours.” In addition, Country Radio Seminar announced today that Combs has been selected by Country radio teams across the country as one of five breakthrough artists for the annual CRS New Faces of Country Music Show to take place in Nashville in February 2018.
The Asheville, North Carolina native broke the single news this past Thursday night from stage to a sold-out crowd of nearly 3,000 at his first of two shows at the legendary Tabernacle in Atlanta, Georgia. Combs’ power-packed year reached new heights this fall with his entirely sold-out debut headlining fall tour - Don’t Tempt Me with a Good Time Tour. Combs surprised fans with the news that he will extend the wildly popular tour to the Spring 2018, adding 25 dates with stops in Grand Rapids, MI, Irvine, CA and Seattle, WA including two back-to-back shows at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium on February 2 and 3. Combs and his fans firmly stamped his name in Ryman history earlier this month with the rapid fire sell-out of BOTH shows in less than 60 minutes. As Combs’ fans build around the world and demands for shows across the globe increase, he will make his first international tour run this Spring performing shows in Australia, Canada and across Europe.
Combs heads back on the road this week taking his rowdy, high-energy Don’t Tempt Me with a Good Time Tour to Columbia, S.C (Dec. 7) and his home-state of Charlotte, N.C. (Dec. 8 & 9.) His return to North Carolina will be extra special this holiday season when he takes the stage at Coyote Joe’s as the first to ever sell-out the venue in advance. Combs caps his phenomenal year and the first leg of his tour performing - and selling-out - his first arena show back in his hometown of Asheville, North Carolina on Dec. 16.