With the passing of country icon, Toby Keith, various stars in the industry are finding their own special ways to pay tribute to the legend. Luke Combs found a fitting way to do just that during a recent performance. So, what did Combs do to honor the great Toby Keith?
Luke Combs Is On Top Of The Music World
Coming off of his iconic duet for the ages with Tracy Chapman at the Grammys, no one is flying higher than Luke Combs right now. Combs’s cover of Fast Car brought listeners together from different genres, demographics, and generations. It had one of the biggest impacts in music, culminating in an epic duet between Combs and Tracy Chapman, who spends the majority of her time out of the limelight these days.
That special performance touched the hearts of many. Days after, people are still talking about it across social media and various other platforms. Luke Combs was already a star before he took the stage with Chapman. However, his star is only going to continue to rise to new heights from this point forward.
Luke Combs Plays Intimate Show For Loyal Fans
Fresh off of his Grammy performance, Luke Combs played an intimate acoustic set in front of many of his most loyal fans. Combs played a 90-minute set at Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. The generous superstar awarded over one million dollars in prizes to fans as part of his Living Lucky With Luke Combs scratch-off game.
The grand prize included flying 500 winners to attend Combs’s acoustic show in Nashville, along with other perks and cash-prize opportunities. This was a great way for Combs to give back to his fans, and it seems all those in attendance witnessed something truly special from the singer.
Combs Pays Tribute To The Late Toby Keith
As part of Luke Combs’s special acoustic performance for fans, he included a special tribute to the late Toby Keith. Combs covered Toby Keith’s song, Should’ve Been a Cowboy. Combs played a total of 13 songs, and there was no pre-planned setlist before he took the stage.
With the sudden passing of Toby Keith still fresh in the minds of both country fans and country stars, this was a fitting way for Luke Combs to pay tribute to the legend.
One of the things that industry veterans and fans both praise Luke Combs for is not losing touch with his roots. With how big he is in the industry, the fact that he is still willing to do things like put on acoustic shows for a select group of fans proves how in touch he is with his music, as well as all the listeners who helped get him to where he is now.
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If Toby Keith were to pass the torch to anyone, Combs is at the top of the list, and this recent acoustic cover of the classic Keith tune proves that country music is in good hands.
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