The crowd lost their minds as a country superstar crashed this hot newcomer’s show

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Country newcomer Luke Combs had already whipped the crowd into a frenzy as his recent sold-out show in Macon, Georgia came to a close. Luke is best known for his debut hit, “Hurricane,” and he’s quickly making a name for himself as a dynamic live performer.

So, it was just icing on the cake when he welcomed a very special guest to the stage during that show in Macon. Luke was halfway through a cover of Garth Brooks’ “Friends in Low Places” when ACM Award-winning country star Cole Swindell walked onstage and shocked the crowd.

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Of course, Cole was born and raised in Georgia, so the crowd was happy to welcome their local boy to the stage.

If you haven’t checked out Luke Combs yet, now is the perfect time. When Luke isn’t playing sold-out shows like this one, he’s currently on the road with Brantley Gilbert’s The Devil Don’t Sleep Tour. After Brantley’s set, Luke has been attracting up to 400 fans for his post-show meet and greet.

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There’s something happening here with Luke Combs, and we’re telling you it’s time to put him on your radar. “Hurricane” already has more than 13 million views on YouTube, and it’s only going up from here.

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