Luke Combs Performs Unreleased Track “Five Leaf Clover” At The Grand Ole Opry

Luke Combs delivers a jaw-dropping performance at the Opry and confirms that his upcoming collection will be “real good.”

Before the country music star Luke Combs jumped on a plane to perform at the 2022 Daytona 500 in Sunny Florida, he made a quick pitstop at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. Earlier this month, the hitmaker stepped foot within the legendary wooden circle at the sacred venue to perform alongside his industry friends, Chris Janson and Zach Williams.

On Saturday (Feb.19), their pre-recorded show aired on the Circle’s Opry live hosted by nationally syndicated radio show host, Bobby Bones. With country music enthusiasts eagerly awaiting a memorable performance in the pews, Combs kicked off the evening with an unreleased track called “Five Leaf Clover.”
“I know I’m a lucky man, but I ain’t sure why I am | Cuz it ain’t like anyone deserves the world in the palm of their hand| Now I hit my knees, thankful as can be| But the one thing I can’t get over| How’d a guy like me, who’d have been fine with three |Wind up with a five-leaf clover?” he sang.

Combs counts his blessings and gives thanks to the universe for providing him with his wife Nicole, healthy parents, loyal friendships, and of course, his career. The Grand Ole Opry stage was not the first place he tested out the ballad, as he recently shared a snippet on social media in late January.

The tweet that garnered over 55.7K views and thousands of likes provoked fans to get excited about his forthcoming third studio album.

“That’s damn country music right there!!” shared an enthusiastic fan. “This song will get to #1 for sure. Can’t wait for the new album,” said another one.

Following the showstopping surprise, he delivered his current single “Doin’ This” and fan-favorite track “Must’ve Never Met You” from his 2018 Deluxe record, This One’s For You Too.

Combs is known for utilizing the Opry stage and audience to try out new material, as he shared another unreleased track called “Joe” in April of 2021.

“I figured I would do a brand new song for you guys tonight. My buddy Eric Dillon showed up at my house the other day, and he played me a song a while ago that he had started with a guy named James Slater, and I just thought it was real awesome, and we finished it together, and I guess the title of this song would be called ‘Joe,’” Combs said in the Spring. “So just hear me out and tell me what you think of this,” he concluded before playing the hot-off-the-press anthem.

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