Tuesday night (May 23), Luke Combs celebrated the upcoming release of his debut album This One’s For You with River House Artists/Sony Music Nashville and the Nashville music community during an album listening party at Fat Bottom Brewery in Nashville, Tennessee.
Sony Music Nashville’s leader Randy Goodman presented Combs with a plaque commemorating the Gold-selling status of “Hurricane,” but he also surprised the singer and the crowd by telling Combs they were preparing to submit the song’s sales data to the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for Platinum-selling status.
“Hurricane” spent two weeks atop the Billboard Country Airplay Charts and Mediabase charts, the first for a debut country artist single since Florida Georgia Line’s “Cruise” and first for a male solo country artist in the past nine years.
During the party, Combs performed acoustic versions of “When It Rains It Pours,” “One Number Away,” and “Hurricane” from This One’s For You. The singer-songwriter co-wrote all 12 tracks on his album.
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