Luke Combs is currently celebrating hitting the top of the country charts with his debut major label LP, This One's For You. But the rising country star's talents can best be seen on the live stage.
During a recent show, Combs decided to have a little fun by paying tribute to country star Garth Brooks. There are few songs that can pump up a crowd as well as "Friends In Low Places," and Combs' rendition certainly got the audience singing. He even takes things to the next level by performing the controversial third verse that Garth only takes out during his concerts.
Watch the fun performance below.
It looks like Combs enjoys performing the party anthem so much that he's added it as a reoccurring track on his live setlist. And it looks like fans will have plenty of chances to see him hit the stage over the next few months.
Following the success of his lead single "Hurricane" and his brand new record, Combs will hit dozens of cities through the end of Sept. You can find a full list of his upcoming tour stops here.