Combs releases title track of new album
Tuesday, October 8, 2019
– Luke Combs' new song "What You See Is What You Get" is debuting today.
The song is the title track of Combs' sophomore album, which will be out Nov. 8 via River House Artists/Columbia Nashville
Combs is set to headline his first ever stadium show at Appalachian State University's Kidd Brewer Stadium in Boone, N.C. on May 2, 2020. Tickets for the show, which includes Ashley McBryde and Drew Parker, are available for verified pre-sale with general onsale this Friday at 10 a.m. eastern. The stadium show is part of Combs' newly confirmed "What You See Is What You Get Tour."
Combs sold out Lexington, Ky.'s Rupp Arena in 12 minutes, breaking the record for the fastest sell-out in the venue's 43-year history. Paul McCartney held the previous record.
At University Park, Pa.'s Bryce Jordan Center, Comb had the fastest single-show sell-out, according to his publicist, although the time frame was not released. The record had been held by Luke Bryan.
Produced by Scott Moffatt, "What You See Is What You Get" features 17 songs including the five tracks previously released via "The Prequel" EP earlier this summer. Combs' new single is "Even Though I'm Leaving."
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