Luke Combs’ ‘Beautiful Crazy’ Wins Song of the Year at 2019 CMA Awards
Luke Combs has had a "Beautiful Crazy" year, and what better way to top it off than to win Song of the Year at the 53rd annual CMA Awards. Jennifer Nettles and Kristin Chenoweth presented the award live from Nashville's Bridgestone Arena on Wednesday night (Nov. 13).
Combs released the song in 2018 and scored a No. 1 hit. He included a live studio version of the track on his This One's For You album. Since day one, Combs has grabbed the attention from country fans around the globe with this personal love song, dedicated to his own lady love.
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Not only does it having you singing along to every note, it makes you want to go deep inside his love story with his now-fiancee Nicole Hocking. The couple are currently planning their nuptials for 2020, all while Combs continues to take the country genre by storm each and every day.
Combs co-wrote the certified-platinum hit alongside Wyatt B. Durrette III and Robert Williford.
The 29-year-old is also nominated for Male Vocalist of the Year and Musical Event of the Year with Brooks & Dunn for "Brand New Man." Just last week, Combs released his highly-anticipated sophomore album, What You See Is What You Get.
Combs is currently out on the road for his Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour, which marks the second headlining tour of his career. The "Beautiful Crazy" talented artist will hit 28 venues across the country between now and May of 2020 on the trek.
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