Luke Combs To Perform at the Grammys for Second Consecutive Year

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Country music star Luke Combs is set to grace the Grammy Awards stage for the second consecutive year.

Luke Combs To Perform At The 2024 Grammy Awards

Luke Combs will once again join the lineup as a performer for the 66th annual Grammy Awards, marking his second consecutive year doing so.

As the only country performer in the announced lineup so far, Combs joins a select group of multi-genre artists recently added to the list, including rapper Travis Scott and Afrofusion singer/producer Burna Boy. The star-studded roster for Grammy performances this year also features previously-announced artists such as Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa, and Olivia Rodrigo.

Combs made his debut on the Grammy’s stage back in 2023, where he sang a rendition of his chart-topping hit “Going, Going, Gone,” a single from his third studio album Growin’ Up.

As of right now, details regarding Combs’ performance and his song choice, along with those of the other performers, have not been announce.

Combs’ Nomination History

At this year’s Grammy Awards, Combs has been nominated for the Best Country Solo Performance award for his performance of Tracy Chapman’s “Fast Car.” This nomination adds to his impressive track record, making it his seventh Grammy nomination since his debut in 2019 at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards, where he received his first nomination for Best New Artist. Despite multiple nominations throughout the years, Combs has not secured a win so far.

Viewers can catch the Grammy Awards ceremony on February 4 at 8 p.m. EST. The event will be broadcasted live on CBS and will also be available for streaming on Paramount+, according to the Grammy’s official website.