Luke Combs and Nicole Hocking are about to become parents. Combs announced that Saturday’s CMA Fest performance at Nissan Stadium was his last show before the birth of their son. Combs, 32 years old, and Hocking, 34, announced their pregnancy in January.
Before Combs performed a new song, he told the Nashville crowd it would be his last concert before becoming a dad. Combs thanked his fans for their continued support before releasing his third album. Growin’ Up.His next single will be featured on the album. “The Kind of Love We Make,”He performed it live Saturday night for the first time.
Interview with the host of the pre-show. The TennesseanCombs claimed that it will be “pretty cool”His son would be thrilled to pick up a guitar. It’s too soon to plan for that. “I think I’m just trying to get through the diaper stage,” Combs said. “He’s not even here yet. So I’m assuming I’ll probably end up doing a lot of that.”Combs confirmed that it was his last show “as a not-dad.”
Combs performed a 10-song collection that began with “When It Rains It Pours.”He sang also “Beautiful Crazy,” “Lovin’ On You,” “She Got the Best of Me,” “Hurricane,”And “Beer Never Broke My Heart.”Combs is the Country Music Association Awards’ Entertainers of the Year. He was also named Album of The Year for What you See Is What you Get and Male Vocalist Of The Year at the 2020 CMA Awards. He holds two Grammy nominations, including Best New Artist in 2019
Combs and Hocking were engaged in 2018, and they got married in August 2020. The couple announced to fans on Jan. 20 that their son would be arriving in the Spring. “Here we go y’all! Lil dude Combs is coming this Spring! Couldn’t be more excited to start a family with this babe. It’s gonna be a hell of a ride,” Combs wroteThe couple also included a photo of them holding the ultrasound image. On June 2, the couple had their ultrasound image taken. A baby shower was organized.
The CMA Fest continuesThe final day of the festival will take place in Nashville on Sunday. Lady A, Old Dominion and Elle King headline the last night at Nissan Stadium. Parker McCollum, Parker McCollum (Dierks Bentley), Angie K. Russell Dickerson, Kylie Morgan and Everette are also on the bill. Brothers Osborne and Carrie Underwood, Luke Bryan and Randy Houser. Also performedSaturday night at Nissan Stadium