Luke Combs Plays New Song ‘Dear Today’ at Benefit Concert
Luke Combs continues to tease music from his upcoming album What You See Is What You Get. Combs performed the new song "Dear Today" at Los Angeles' All for the Hall Concert on Sept. 17. The concert was held at The Novo, raising money for Nashville's County Music Hall of Fame.
Combs was one of the many performers at the event; others included County Music Hall of Fame members Vince Gill and Emmylou Harris, and rocker Sheryl Crow. Combs performed his hits "When It Rains It Pours" and "Hurricane," along with "Dear Today" and an untitled new song.
"Dear Today" is a song that Combs has been playing live, with a clip of the singer performing the song uploaded to his channel a few months ago. The songs acts as a letter from Combs' future self, telling the singer to mend the bridges he has burned and to take time for the ones that he cares about.
Combs' untitled song is "a sweet ode to his parents about how even though he was the one in the spotlight, the sacrifices they made were what made his career possible," according to Billboard.
The All for the Hall series began in 2005 and made its first appearance in Los Angeles in 2009. Harris and Gill serve as the hosts for the Los Angeles and New York concerts, while Gill and Keith Urban co-host the Nashville concert.
Combs will release What You See Is What You Get on Nov. 8. He will also be going on tour to support his effort, with dates and tickets available here.
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