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Luke Combs is Sending 'Where The Wild Things Are' to Country Radio

October 5, 2023 9:17 am GMT
Last Edited December 19, 2023 6:52 pm GMT

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With an undefeated streak that's nearly as strong as The Undertaker's at Wrestlemania, Luke Combs is prepping his next potential No.1 single for country radio.

After the fan-voted 'Love You Anyway' hit No.1 and his ever popular cover of Tracy Chapman's 'Fast Car' called and very much raised it, the country megastar is now sending Gettin' Old favourite 'Where The Wild Things Are' to the airwaves.

The song, which boasts more than 35 million streams on Spotify since its release in March, is aiming to become Combs' 18th straight No.1 single.

Written by Dave Turnbull and Randy Montana, the song slots into staple Combs territory - a driving and evocative song about a burning desire to see the world and make some memories in the process.

Combs is currently in the midst of the European leg of his 2023 World Tour, where he has already performed sold out shows in Norway, Sweden and Denmark with 49 Winchester in support. The tour heads for the UK and Ireland from October 13th, when Combs headlines the 3 Arena in Dublin.

It follows what's been another supremely successful year for the 'Beer Never Broke My Heart' singer. Last month, Combs racked up four nominations for the 2023 CMA Awards, including the opportunity to defend his Entertainer of the Year title.

Alongside the award nods, Combs is set to feature on both Riley Green's new album, Ain't My Last Rodeo, and Charlie Worsham's new collaborations EP, Compadres.

With Green, Combs features on their much loved collaboration 'Different 'Round Here', while Combs also appears on 'Where I Learned To Pray', his recently released single with Worsham. Both records are set for release on October 13, 2023.

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