Luke Combs Announces Sophomore Album, “What You See Is What You Get,” & Drops New Song Featuring Brooks & Dunn [Listen]

Luke Combs Announces Sophomore Album, “What You See Is What You Get,” & Drops New Song Featuring Brooks & Dunn [Listen]

Luke Combs revealed the title of his sophomore album is What You See Is What You Get, which is set to drop on Nov. 8. Produced by Scott Moffatt, What You See Is What You Get features 17 songs, including the five tracks previously released on Luke’s recent EP, The Prequel.

Cover art by Rob Hendon; original photo by David Bergman

To celebrate the news, Luke released a new track from the album, “1, 2 Many,” which features Brooks & Dunn. Luke was featured on Brooks and Dunn’s recent album, Reboot, singing “Brand New Man.”

Luke’s 2017 debut album, This One’s for You, spawned five consecutive No. 1 singles, including “Hurricane,” “When It Rains It Pours,” “One Number Away,” “She Got the Best of Me” and “Beautiful Crazy.” He scored a sixth consecutive No. 1 single with the release of “Beer Never Broke My Heart” from his 2019 EP, The Prequel.

Earlier this year, the recent Grand Ole Opry inductee made history as the first artist to simultaneously top all five Billboard country charts for multiple weeks: Top Country Albums, Hot Country Songs, Country Airplay, Country Streaming Songs and Country Digital Song Sales.

This One’s for You has spent 47 weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart, second only to Shania Twain’s Come On Over at 50 weeks.

Listen to “1, 2 Many” below.

photo by Tammie Arroyo, AFF-USA.com

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Ashley McBryde Packs It All For Her Tour

Ashley McBryde Packs It All For Her Tour

Ashley McBryde’s This Town Talks tour gets rolling next month in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Then for the next 7 months she’ll be crisscrossing this nation playing shows from Georgia to Montana and everywhere in between.

So, with all that travel, and different locations, packing for a tour can present some challenges. Ashley shares one basic piece of advice when it comes to preparing for the road, “At first, learning how to pack for on tour…I really didn’t do a good job. I guess maybe I thought I was leaving for summer camp. So, I would spend a couple of weeks where I overpacked, and a couple of weeks where I under packed. Just let me tell you…if you have to choose between the two – overpack. You can put those clothes away when you get back.”

 

Photo Credit: Daniel Meigs