Luke Combs Sends Message to Fans Alongside Recent Tour Photo: ‘I Miss My Band’

by Suzanne Halliburton
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Luke Combs is feeling sentimental for the road. He wants you to know he misses everybody.

The country star posted on Instagram Monday night:

“I miss the road, I miss my band…” .

Luke Combs isn’t going to get an argument from his fans or any music lovers. We all miss concerts and checking out our favorite performers at the local bar or in big arena shows. The Covid-19 pandemic shut that all down last March. And it’s unclear when the world will reopen. Americans started receiving the first doses of the new vaccines last month.

Combs also sent a video message to his fans New Year’s Day. In this social media message, he concentrated on his road crew, the guys behind the scene who make sure his shows flow seamlessly.

Combs said: “As we head into 2021, me & my crew want to say thank you. Most of the guys in this video are behind the scenes, but your support means the world to them. When you support me, it goes a lot further than you may realize. I love & miss you guys & can’t wait to be back on the road. … “I don’t need to tell you guys how crazy of a year last year was.”

Luke Combs Still Enjoyed Fantastic 2020

Although Combs had to give up doing his music live in front of big crowds, 2020 still was a fantastic year to remember. After all, he married his wife, Nicole Hocking in a family-only ceremony in August 2020. The two met at a songwriters festival in Key West, Fla., in 2016 and got engaged two years later.

Combs, 30, also released three new songs in 2020 — “Six Feet A Part,” “Lovin’ on You” and “Does To Me.” Two of the songs reached No. 1. Combs released a deluxe edition of the album “What You See Is What You Get.” That’s the album that won him the CMA trophies for album of the year and male vocalist of the year. But the deluxe album featured five new songs and was rebranded “What You See Ain’t Always What You Get.”

Combs said he spent a lot of time working on new songs and doing projects around the house.

But Combs did have to reschedule his tour for the new album. Until the pandemic is under control, the dates will have to be considered as pending. The restart date currently is listed as March 12 in Scotland.

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