On Tuesday night (06/11), Luke Combs was surprised with an invitation to join the Grand Ole Opry family during his performance on the Opry House stage.

In a video, posted by the Grand Ole Opry, Combs was invited by country starts Chris Jason, Craig Morgan and John Conlee, who all praised the artist for his sixteenth appearance on the Opry stage before they invited him to join the family.

Combs tearfully and emotionally accepted the offer as tears of joy and honor streamed down his face as he was on stage in front of the sold out crowd. Combs was honored and shocked by this surprise but it is highly deserved. Overcome with emotion Combs’ wiped away the tears filling his cheeks, as Janson, Conlee and Morgan praised him for his successes. Then Combs’ continued to power through his rockin’ Opry performance!

YouTube video

Combs’ has been having a massive week of successes, not only did he get invited to join the Opry family but he also debut new music as an EP called, The Prequel and performed alongside of some of the biggest names in country at CMA Fest, also joining his idol Tim McGraw for a killer performance at CMA Fest. Combs’ is headed out on his ‘Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour’ soon and the tour is nearly completely sold out, and fans are ecstatic to see and hear him live around the world soon!

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