Luke Combs Never Imagined He Would Headline a Massive World Tour

Luke Combs just wrapped up the United States leg of his massive World Tour, but in many ways, he is just getting started. The “Fast Car” singer never imagined he would be able to perform in so many venues all across the globe, but now that he has, Combs hints he might be just getting started.

“This stadium tour has been insane, bigger and better than I could have ever imagined. and just absolutely crazy,” Combs tells his record label. “I never thought that we would be at this point, but here we are, and it’s been amazing. And hopefully, we continue to get to do shows on our level like this for a long time, and just enjoy it while it lasts.“

Combs, who just celebrated his third anniversary with his wife, Nicole, is also the proud father of one-year-old son, Tex, and will welcome his second son in September. The 33-year-old might have one of the biggest careers in country music right now, but says his family is, and always will be, his first priority.



“I spend a lot of my time at home, really,” Combs says. ” So, the rest of the week I’m at home, changing diapers, cooking dinner, I’m just doing the most normal of things unless I’m on stage in front of however many thousands of people. I know that sounds insane. But that’s genuinely what I love doing. I want to be my son’s dad. I want to be my wife’s husband, because I think living as normal of a life as possible is of paramount importance for me personally.”

Combs might be at the top of his game in country music, with bigger dreams and ambitions he still wants to accomplish, but he willingly concedes that there is at least one artist — namely, Morgan Wallen — who has even Combs beat.

“I think there’s no arguing Morgan is out-streaming everybody in the world by double or something. It’s insane,” Combs told Grady Smith earlier this year. “The numbers are insane. It’s either him or Taylor Swift at the top [of the Billboard Artist 100], and it’s like I’m number four. It’s crazy.”

Wallen might be edging out Combs, but it’s Chris Stapleton who Combs says made it possible for him to even have a career in country music.

“When I moved to town, it was just the sound was different,” Combs told Access. “Everybody was rocking different getups, and I just kind of did my thing. I really think a guy like Chris Stapleton knocked a lot of doors down, just for somebody different. Bigger guy, beard, a burly kind of guy. That really kicked down the door for a lot of guys, I think, myself included.”

The North Carolina native will resume his World Tour on August 9 in Auckland, New Zealand. He will play in Australia, and then head to Europe before wrapping up on October 20 in London, England. Find music and tour dates at

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