Combs announces new CD "Fathers & Sons"
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Combs announces new CD "Fathers & Sons"

Thursday, June 6, 2024 – Luke Combs will release his new full-length album, "Fathers & Sons," on June 14 on Columbia Nashville.

The song "The Man He Sees In Me," written by Combs and Josh Phillips, is out now.

Consisting of a dozen songs, "Fathers & Sons" was recorded live and features Combs reflecting on his own experiences being a dad to his two sons and the bond between parents and their children.

Combs shared a message he wrote to his young sons, "To my boys, first and foremost, I will always love you, no matter what. With this song I want you to know that even though I'm not perfect, I try my hardest every day to be the best version of myself for you both. I'll make mistakes along the way and some days you'll be sick of your old man, I'm sure, but, dang, we'll have some fun too. I can't wait to see what you both turn out to be like and I hope someday down the road, I get to watch you and your kids do the same. Love, Dad."

The disc also features Jim "Moose" Brown (keys), Sam Bush (mandolin), Stuart Duncan (fiddle), Mark Hill (bass), Josh Hunt (drums), Joey Landreth (electric guitar), Steve Mackey (bass), Josh Matheny (Dobro), Jerry Roe (drums), Jonathan Singleton (acoustic guitar), Bryan Sutton (acoustic guitar) and Charlie Worsham (acoustic guitar).

The track list is:
1. Front Door Famous
2. In Case I Ain't Around
3. Huntin' By Yourself
4. Little Country Boys
5. Whoever You Turn Out To Be
6. Remember Him That Way
7. The Man He Sees In Me
8. All I Ever Do Is Leave
9. Plant A Seed
10. Ride Around Heaven
11. My Old Man Was Right
12. Take Me Out To The Ballgame

Combs recently released his new radio single, "Ain't No Love in Oklahoma," which will be featured on the soundtrack for the new "Twisters" movie (out July 19) and is the subject of a new exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum opening July 11. The exhibit, "Luke Combs: The Man I Am," will feature photographs, childhood memorabilia, instruments, set lists and more from throughout Combs' life and career. Combs has also partnered with Opry Entertainment Group to open a multi-level entertainment complex in downtown Nashville later this summer.

Combs is in the midst of his "Growin' Up and Gettin' Old" stadium tour, which includes old-out, back-to-back shows at Los Angeles' SoFi Stadium, East Rutherford's MetLife Stadium, Salt Lake City's Rice-Eccles Stadium and Cincinnati's Paycor Stadium.


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