Luke Combs Announces November 8th Album Release Date

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Luke Combs will release his highly anticipated new full-length album November 8 on River House Artists/Columbia Nashville. Additional details to be announced soon.

The new album is the follow up to the ACM, CMA, CMT and Billboard Music Award-winning artist’s breakthrough double Platinum debut, This One’s For You, which is currently No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart for the 44th non-consecutive week—the longest reign ever for a male artist and second longest for an artist overall following Shania Twain’s Come On Over in 1997 (50 weeks). This One’s For You is also the most-streamed country album of 2019 so far.

Additionally, in June of this year, Combs released The Prequel EP, which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart and whose five tracks all charted on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs Top 25—a feat not accomplished by any artist in 60 years since Johnny Cash in 1959. The EP’s release propelled Combs to the largest streaming week ever for a country artist with 73 million on-demand streams (week ending June 13).

Moreover, The Prequel’s lead single, “Beer Never Broke My Heart,” is No. 1 this week on both Billboard’s Country Airplay and Mediabase/Country Aircheck charts. This is Combs’ sixth consecutive No. 1—a first on the Billboard Country Airplay chart—and his fastest rising single to date (13 weeks). 

Combs will continue his massive, sold-out “Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour” this autumn including newly confirmed stops at San Diego’s Pechanga Arena, Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center, San Antonio’s AT&T Center, Louisville’s KFC Yum! Center, Los Angeles’ Greek Theatre (two nights) and Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena (two nights).

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