ACM, CMA and CMT Award-winning artist Luke Combs’ new song, “Without You” featuring special guest Amanda Shires on violin, is debuting today.
Listen to ‘Without You’ HERE
The song is from Combs’ anticipated new deluxe album, What You See Ain’t Always What You Get, which will be released Oct. 23 on River House Artists/Columbia Nashville. In addition to “Without You,” the extended album will feature all 18 songs from Combs’ platinum-certified, global No. 1 record, What You See Is What You Get , as well new tracks “Cold As You,” “The Other Guy,” My Kinda Folk,” and “Forever After All.” Co-produced by Combs, Chip Matthews and Jonathan Singleton, the five new songs were recorded at Nashville’s Sound Stage Studios.
The release continues a series of groundbreaking and historic years for Combs, who won two awards earlier this week at the 55th Academy of Country Music Awards: Album of the Year (What You See Is What You Get) and Male Artist of the Year. Combs also performed his new song, “Better Together,” from Nashville’s Bluebird Café during the live awards broadcast. Watch HERE. Moreover, Combs is nominated for six awards at the 54th CMA Awards including Entertainer of the Year.
Continuing his triumphant run at country radio, Combs’ single, “Lovin’ On You,” reached No. 1 on the Mediabase/Country Aircheck chart this week while also spending its third week atop the Billboard Country Airplay chart. This is his ninth-consecutive No. 1 single—a first on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart—as well as his eighth single to spend multiple weeks atop the chart and his sixth-consecutive, multi-week No. 1. Combs also recently made history as the first artist ever to have their first two studio albums spend 25 weeks or more at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart—breaking Taylor Swift’s previously held record at 24 weeks. The achievement comes as What You See Is What You Get topped the chart for the 25th time earlier this summer, while his 2017 debut, This One’s For You, has spent 50 non-consecutive weeks at No. 1—tying the record for the longest reign atop the chart with Shania Twain’s Come On Over in 1997.