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LUKE COMBS SEES DIAMONDS
6/12/23

Prior to hitting the Nissan Stadium stage for his headlining CMA Fest set on Thursday (6/8), River House/Columbia Nashville star Luke Combs was surprised with a plaque during his Bootleggers Fan Club Party to mark the Diamond certification of his hit single, “Beautiful Crazy.” The track becomes the sixth country song in RIAA history to achieve 10m+ copies sold.

Seen shortly before another surprise—our impromptu karaoke of “Fast Car”—are (l-r) are Caryl Atwood (SVP, Commercial Partnerships, SMN), Ken Robold (EVP & COO, SMN), Combs, Steve Hodges (EVP, Promotion & Artist Development, SMN), songwriter Rob Williford, Taylor Lindsey (SVP, A&R, SMN), Randy Goodman (Chairman & CEO, SMN) and Liz Cost, (VP, Marketing, SMN).

Photo: David Bergman