Luke Combs Pays Kids Out Of His Own Pocket After They Save For Concert Tickets
Luke Combs is probably the best to his fans in country music.
Humble, generous, compassionate… the man is just a good dude.
Last night, Luke kicked off his Middle Of Somewhere Tour in Bangor, Maine, at the Maine Savings Amphitheater, and right before a performance of “Does To Me,” he spotted a sign.
The sign read:
“We made $100 bucks stacking 5 cords of wood, bought two Luke Combs tickets… man, he sounds good. Our dads swore it was a waste of time but they were wrong.
Today’s my 12th birthday, oh Lord when it rains it pours.”
And if you’re not familiar with a cord of wood, it’s a lot. We’re talking at least a 4 foot by 8 foot, tightly-packed stack of logs… and these two youngsters piled up five of them so they could make a couple hundred bucks for Luke Combs tickets.
So Luke, being the aforementioned good dude that he is, pulled out his wallet and paid them back.
Although, Luke only had about $140 on him so he signed some stuff and then promised to take the boys backstage after the show, hang out a bit, and pay them back for the rest.