Luke Combs And Keith Urban Surprise Nashville Crowd With ‘Hurricane’ Duet

Luke Combs, Keith Urban; Photos by Andrew Wendowski
Luke Combs, Keith Urban; Photos by Andrew Wendowski
Luke Combs, Keith Urban; Photos by Andrew Wendowski

Luke Combs performed his first of two sold-out concerts at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on Thursday (Dec. 12) and surprised the crowd with not one, but two special guests.

Early in the show, Combs invited fellow country superstar Thomas Rhett to join him on stage to perform “Lovin’ On You” from Combs’ new album, What You See Is What You Get. But the surprise guests didn’t stop there.

When it came time to close out the show, Combs went out with a bang, surprising fans with special guest Keith Urban, who joined him to sing his breakout hit, “Hurricane.”

After Combs sang the first chorus, Urban appeared from behind the stage and walked up to join Combs. As he sang the lyrics, fans erupted in cheers and by the next chorus, Combs and Urban could barely be heard as fans belted out the words to the song from their seats in the packed arena.

“Keith Urban, everybody,” Combs shouted toward the end of their performance.

Watch Luke Combs and Keith Urban sing “Hurricane” in the clip below.

Combs’ sold-out Nashville shows mark the end of his massive Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour. The superstar will enjoy some time off over the holidays before launching his 2020 What You See Is What You Get Tour on February 7.

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