Luke Combs scores 13th consecutive No 1

Song is latest from forthcoming third studio album

Luke Combs has scored his 13th consecutive No. 1 single as “Doin’ This” tops the Mediabase/Country Aircheck and Billboard Country Airplay charts this week. The song makes his 14th No. 1 after “Cold Beer Callin’ My Name” with Jameson Rodgers hit the top spot in 2021.

”Doin’ This” topped the charts five years to the day Combs’ “Hurricane” became the country superstar’s first No. 1. This also gives Combs the distinction of having the most consecutive No. 1 country radio hits to start a career.

”Today is the five year anniversary of ‘Hurricane’ going No. 1,” he shares Sunday (May 15th). “I get to celebrate with my 13th in a row with ‘Doin’ This.’ That’s INSANE! thank you to everyone who has been a part of this every step along the way. Wouldn’t be possible with you. Love y’all.”

Combs has teamed up with BMI to throw a “heck of a No. 1 party” during CMA Fest in Nashville this year. Fans can purchase tickets a BMI Parking Lot Party that will feature special guests. Tickets are available via AXS.

“Doin’ This” is the lead single from his highly anticipated third studio album, Growin’ Up on June 24th via River North Nashville/Columbia Nashville.

The album follows What You See Ain’t Always What You Getthe deluxe version of his global No. 1 album, What You See Is What You Get. In 2020, Combs 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.

Combs will support the album with  a slew of 2022 Stadium Tour dates with Cody Johnson, Zach Bryan & Morgan Wade this summer.

He will follow it with the Middle of Somewhere Tour this fall. The trek features Combs performing two nights in each city, kicking off September 2nd and 3rd in Bangor, Maine. Stops include Green Bay, WI; Lake Tahoe, NV; Albany, NY; Charleston, SC; Louisville, KY; Omaha, NE; Uncasville, CT; and Oklahoma City.

Buddy Iahn
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