Rising star Luke Combs is no stranger to performing on stages all over the country, but for the first time in his career, the River House Artists/Columbia act is set for three Music City shows over ten days in October.

The Asheville, NC native has built an already enviable following of avid fans by playing his heart out on the road, booking over 200 shows per year. On October 19, Combs will add Nashville’s iconic rock club stage, the Exit/In, to his list. The show marks his first full band 90 minute live show in Music City.  Doors open at 7PM, with the 18+ show starting at 8PM.  Tickets and information may be found at Exit/In.com.

Combs will join Chase Rice, LOCASH, Craig Campbell, DJ Sinister, Brett Young, and Michael Tyler to play Battle For The Bones scaring the roof off of Mercy Lounge on October 28th!  The 21+show will benefit FTL Sarcoma Fund and the TJ Martell Foundation. Check HERE for details.

The October excitement continues, as Combs adds country music’s most famous stage to his repertoire when he steps inside the sacred circle to make his Grand Ole Opry debut on October 29th.   For more information about the all ages show, please visit opry.com.

“Playing the Opry is a dream come true,” says Combs in anticipation of his big debut.  “Standing on that stage is going to be such an honor.  Hopefully I can do my part to live up to such a great legacy.”

Luke burst onto the country music scene with his current single, “Hurricane,” which has already garnered over 20 million on demand streams.  He’s been named as one to watch by Music Row, Nash Country Daily, Sounds Like Nashville, Wide Open Country, Sirius XM’s The Highway and was recently one of Rolling Stone’s “Top New Country Artists You Need To Know.”  He recently partnered with CMT Music on the world premiere of his new video for “Hurricane,” and is among the latest group of artists to join the “CMT Artist Discovery” campaign.

“Hurricane” is the first single from his forthcoming full-length album This One’s For You. In response to Hurricane Matthew’s devastation on the East Coast, Luke, a North Carolina native, will be donating all proceeds from this week’s “Hurricane” single sales to Habitat For Humanity disaster response efforts. Luke responded to the storm’s affects today on Facebook; view his messagehere. Download the song and support disaster relief efforts here.

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