Luke Combs isn’t known for being the most active Country star on social media, but when he does take to Twitter, it’s usually something heartwarming like this:
Jaxon, that’s the kinda energy I need at every show. You tell me where and the tickets are on me. Keep rockin buddy! https://t.co/INNqwveTSW
— Luke Combs 🎤 (@lukecombs) June 17, 2021
It was a pleasure sharing a drink with him! Thank y’all for coming and keep fighting the good fight and we’ll see you both at the next one. https://t.co/8WjXkMQVQb
— Luke Combs 🎤 (@lukecombs) August 7, 2021
And the latest? He’s helped stock the classroom of a fan – and fellow alumnus of Appalachian State University – North Carolina kindergarten teacher Kelly Kirk.
She reached out to the “Cold As You” singer on Twitter, asking for his help to #ClearTheList – a social media movement where people can help teachers by purchasing items from their Amazon wishlists, and stocking their classrooms for the upcoming school year.
OH MY GOSH!!!! You have made my year Luke!!! THANK YOU doesn’t seem like enough! Please know that you have made such a difference in my student’s lives!!! 😃. Go App!!! 💛🖤 pic.twitter.com/b9Fe6LRtcq
— Kelly Kirk (@kelly_kkirk) August 8, 2021
You can learn more about the Clear The List Foundation here!
Luke is on the road this fall on the What You See Is What You Get Tour – get tickets and date information on his website.
Photo Credit: Zack Massey