"Do we have any rednecks here in this building?" Combs asked the audience. "Listen I know this is a real nice venue, it's a real nice theatre, and I don't know if they're used to gettin' rowdy, but it's a Friday night, we ain't gotta go to work in the morning so why don't we just get a little f****d up tonight?!"
The iconic first chords of "Friends in Low Places" began playing just as Combs kicked off his performance with a beer in hand. While cheersing the audience throughout his explosive performance, the North Carolina-native flawlessly executed the delivery of Brooks' signature song while still managing to perform one of the wildest rendtions yet.
The 26-year-old country singer landed a coveted spot as opener for Brantley Gilbert on his 2017 The Devil Don't Sleep Tour following the success of his powerful debut single, "Hurricane."
You can watch his rendition of "Friends in Low Places" below.
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