With Drew Parker and Jobe Fortner
Multi-Platinum singer/songwriter Luke Combs stormed onto the country music landscape as “one of the format's burliest and brightest stars” (Vulture) with three consecutive No. 1 hit radio singles: “Hurricane," “When It Rains It Pours” and “One Number Away” from his GOLD-certified debut album, This One’s for You. The iHeart Radio Awards “Best New Country Artist” released This One’s for You Too, a 17-track, expanded collection of his critically acclaimed debut album, on June 1, with five brand-new tracks, which landed at No. 1 on Billboard Country Albums Chart, No. 4 on Billboard 200 Chart and immediately charted in the Top 10 on iTunes All-Genre Songs Chart.
Named Billboard’s Top 100 Artist and Top New Country Artist of 2017, Combs made country radio history as the first new solo male artist to achieve a multi-week No. 1 since 2001. The CMA, CMT, ACM & Billboard Music Awards nominated road warrior recently wrapped his 55-city sold-out first headlining Don’t Tempt Me with a Good Time Tour, performed on all-star lineups for CMA Music Fest, Stagecoach & Austin City Limits and joined Jason Aldean on his summer 2018 nationwide High Noon Neon Tour.
Drew Parker grew up listening to artists like Merle Haggard, Travis Tritt, Alan Jackson, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings and Garth Brooks. He began performing at the age of three and taught himself how to play the guitar at the age 14 and the keyboard by age 18. He has recently opened for artists including American Idol runner-up Bo Bice, A-List country artist Craig Campbell, among many others. He was nominated for Georgia-Country Semi-Finals for Male Artist of the Year in 2013.
Jobe Fortner is a singer-songwriter from Monroe, Georgia, living in Nashville, Tennessee. Raised on southern rock and country roots, he has opened for artists such as Luke Combs, Cody Johnson, Frankie Ballard, Riley Green, Keith Anderson, The Steel Woods, Muscadine Bloodline and The SteelDrivers.