Luke Combs is no stranger to touring, but he's definitely taken a big leap to the venues he's playing now with headliner Brantley Gilbert. They've been on the road together on The Devil Don't Sleep tour for a few months, and as Luke tells us, hearing his hit, "Hurricane," sung by thousands rather than hundreds is a major rush. ["Oh it's insane, man. So we have been playing, you know, doing our own headlining club dates for a while. Our first arena was with Brantley and so to go from hearing a thousand people a night singing back is awesome but then you go into the 15 and 20 thousand range. You don't really realize the impact that radio can have for you as an artist. It's such a cool thing to be able to go out there and meet fans who said, 'If it wasn't for somebody playing "Hurricane" I would've never heard it.' It's such a blessing."] SOUNDCUE (:27 OC: . . . such a blessing.)
"Hurricane" sits in the Top Three on the Billboard country chart.
The Devil Don't Sleep tour with Brantley, Luke and Tyler Farr plays in Tampa, FL on June 2nd, the day Luke's debut album, called This One's For You, is released.