Country music star Luke Combs recently dropped his latest album, “Fathers & Sons,” just in time for Father’s Day Weekend. In this album, Combs pays homage to his role as a dad and his passion for baseball, a sport he has loved since he was a young boy.

Combs, known for his love of baseball, has performed at various MLB stadiums throughout the country. His current tour, Growin’ Up and Getting’ Old, kicked off at the Brewers’ American Family Field back in April. His deep connection to baseball dates back to his childhood, where he attended his first concert at a Charlotte Knights game when he was just six years old.

As he grew up in Asheville, North Carolina, Combs attended numerous Tourists games, the local Astros’ High-A team. He reminisces about the affordable and accessible experience of watching baseball in a small town, which played a significant role in shaping his love for the sport.

Combs, who grew up as an only child, found solace and joy in watching baseball games, especially during the late 1990s when he witnessed the historic home run race between Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa in 1998. He was captivated by the superhuman feats of these baseball legends, which further fueled his passion for the game.

In a recent interview with MLB Network, Combs highlighted the strong connection between country music and baseball, emphasizing the overlapping fan bases and cultural significance of both in American society. He expressed how the two worlds complement each other, creating a harmonious blend that resonates with fans of both music genres and sports.

If you’re eager to listen to Luke Combs’ latest album, “Fathers & Sons,” you can find it on popular music streaming platforms like Spotify and Apple Music. Dive into his heartfelt lyrics that reflect his experiences as a father and his enduring love for baseball, themes that are sure to strike a chord with many listeners. Combs’ ability to weave personal anecdotes and nostalgic reflections into his music makes his songs relatable and engaging for fans of all ages.