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River House/Columbia Nashville breakout Luke Combs, celebrating a second week at #1 on the Country radio chart with “When It Rains It Pours,” has announced he’ll do two nights at the legendary Ryman Auditorium (on 2/2 and 2/3/18) as part of the extension of his tour. Following a Halloween pre-sale to Luke’s fan club, tix go wide on 11/4. Combs made his late-night TV debut on Kimmel recently and returns to the show after the CMAs to perform “When It Rains.” The following people, while presenting Luke with a gold plaque for prior hit “Hurricane,” hoped to keep him clear of our offices next to the Kimmel stage: Sony Music Nashville EVP of Marketing & New Business John Zarling, Make Wake ArtistsChris Kappy, SMN chief Randy Goodman, EVP/COO Ken Robold and River House founder/prez Lynn Oliver-Cline.