Luke Combs is about to make hundreds of his fans very happy.
Taking to Twitter on Thursday morning, the 29-year-old country music star announced that he will be giving away 500 autographed vinyls of his “What You See is What You Get” album.
What makes the giveaway even more generous is that Combs purchased the albums himself. In the Twitter video, the singer says the plan was to autograph the albums, then sell them to fans. Instead, he decided that giving them away was a much better idea.
“The idea was going to be that we were going to sign these – it’s 500 vinyls is what it is …,” Combs says. “I was going to sign these are we were going to put them up for sale in hopes that you guys would buy ’em and that you guys would love that.
“What I decided to do this morning when I woke up, is I decided to purchase all 500 of these myself with money right out of my own pocket and sign ’em all anyways …,” he continues. “So, we’re going to have a sign up link coming pretty soon. And, you guys can just enter for your chance to win one of these 500 free signed vinyls.”
To sign up to receive one of the autographed vinyls, click here.
Luke Combs also wished his fans well Thursday morning.
“I just want you guys to know that I love you and I miss you. And I can’t wait to see you on the road,” he adds. “Good luck.”
According to his website, Luke Combs has tour dates scheduled in 2021. He has performances planned in the United Kingdom and Ireland during March. He will return to the States to perform in Florence, Arizona, in April and Boone, North Carolina, during May.
Luke Combs Shares What Leads His ‘Drive to Succeed’
Luke Combs recently shared his life story with one of America’s most famous journalists.
Appearing on “The Big Interview with Dan Rather,” Combs said he started playing the guitar when he was 21.
“I picked up the guitar at 21 years old and had been singing my whole life,” Combs said. “Those two things kinda met and that was it, I realized that this was the thing I was meant to do.”
Combs played his first show during college. He charged $1 per ticket and made $200 that night. That money was more than he made during a full week of work at his two jobs. So, he decided to focus on music full-time.
“If I can do something that I love to do, and people want to show up, and I can get paid for it, then that’s pretty solid,” Combs said. “Once I figured that out, there was no stopping me.”
The interview is titled “Luke Combs: From $1 Tix to Sold Out Arena Tours.” Watch a clip below: