Fresh on the heels of winning CMA Entertainer Of The Year, Luke Combs has made history as his latest single sits atop the Mediabase Chart this week.
Co-written by Combs alongside Randy Montana and Jonathan Singleton, “Cold As You” appears on his deluxe album, What You See Ain’t Always What You Get.
According to US Radio Updater on Twitter, Combs’ album What You See Ain’t Always What You Get has officially become the first album in history to produce seven No. 1 singles on Country Radio in the United States.
The North Carolina hitmaker is now the only artist in history to earn seven chart-topping singles from the same album.
.@lukecombs’ “What You See Ain’t Always What You Get” is officially the first album in history to produce 7 number-one singles on US Country Radio (Mediabase).
Luke is now the only artist to achieve 7 chart-toppers from the same album. pic.twitter.com/6SEZNyEsqj
— US Radio Updater (@USRadioUpdater) November 21, 2021
The exciting news come just days after Combs announced his first-ever headlining Stadium tour with special guests Cody Johnson, Morgan Wade and Zach Bryan.
The reigning CMA Entertainer Of The Year announced the three-show trek on Friday morning (Nov. 12) via social media with a video clip filmed inside the Denver Broncos’ Stadium in Colorado. The stadium which will also host the first date of his just-announced Stadium tour.
During the 2-minute video, Combs shared, “Hey guys, Luke Combs here, and I’m excited to announce that 2022 is going to be bigger than ever. We’re doing three stadium shows. So, that more of you guys can come out and see us. We’re bringing along a few friends of mine Cody Johnson, Zach Bryan and Morgan Wade.”
After a brief message from Combs, he welcomed tour mates Johnson, Bryan and Wade, who went on to share covers of each other’s hit songs. The North Carolina native then enlisted a few of his friends from the NFL to unveil the tour dates in the clip, including former Denver Broncos quarterback, Peyton Manning, Atlanta Falcons quarterback, Matt Ryan, and Seattle Seahawks wide receiver, DK Metcalf.
See the list of tour dates below. Tickets for the shows are on-sale now at LukeCombs.com.
May 21, 2022 – Denver, Colorado – Empower Field
June 4, 2022 – Seattle, Washington – Lumen Field
July 30, 2022 – Atlanta, Georgia – Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Additionally, the chart-topping hitmaker surprised fans with a brand-new song, “Doin’ This,” during his performance at the 55th Annual CMA Awards earlier this month.