Luke Combs shared his family’s holiday traditions and says that he looks forward to the holidays as he gets to see people that he hasn’t seen in a while.
The country superstar revealed that he isn’t sure if this year’s holiday season will be much different than other years for him.
“You know, I think this year will be… I don’t know if it will be any different than any other year, I guess, that we’ve had,” Combs shared. “Hopefully I have, you know, both sets of our parents in town and my wife’s sister I think. That’s usually what we do, you know, keep it small.”
When sharing his family’s holiday traditions, he said that they typically would have a big Christmas party at home in Charlotte, North Carolina and he and his wife always go.
“My mom’s side of the family always has a big Christmas party in Charlotte and me and my wife always go to that every year too. Couple traditions, that’s really it, we like to keep. I think,” The “Forever After All” singer explained. “You know, I grew up, we were always very family oriented in that sense when it came to the holidays so I have a lot of fond memories of growing up with my cousins and hanging out with my grandparents and my aunts and uncles. That’s the thing I think I look forward to most about the holidays. It’s not getting gifts or getting drunk, which is also cool, but I think just hanging and seeing people you haven’t seen in a while and catching up with them I think is what I look forward to the most.”
Combs recently released the deluxe edition of his chart-topping album, What You See Is What You Get, dubbed What You See Ain’t Always What You Get. He also recently revealed that he has been “writing songs” a lot and spending “extra time” with his wife during quarantine.