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Combs goes live with "Fast Car'

Monday, August 14, 2023 – Luke Combs' new live version of Tracy Chapman's "Fast Car" is out now.

The song was recorded at Combs' sold-out show at Minneapolis' US Bank Stadium earlier this spring.

The release continues Combs' successful run with the single as it was recently certified 2x Platinum (five months since its release) and has garnered over 435 million global streams to date. "Fast Car" is also currently number one on the Hot AC chart for the second-consecutive week, second on Billboard's all-genre Hot 100 chart and recently spent five consecutive weeks at number one on Billboard's Country Airplay chart — Combs'16th consecutive #1 at country radio and another historic feat.

"Fast Car" is from Combs' new album "Gettin' Old" — a companion to his 2022 record, "Growin' Up" — which was released earlier this spring via River House.

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