If you haven’t made it out to see “Hurricane” singer Luke Combs in concert yet, you’re missing out! And make sure you get a good vantage point to watch from. You’ll get a great show, and you may just spark a romance.

Luke’s “Old Row Summer Tour” kicked off July 1 at The Grove in Charleston, South Carolina. Handsome Ethan Doby was at the show to enjoy some great country music on this warm summer night, but his life was about to change. You might say he was shot by Cupid’s arrow!

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Ethan gave a petite young woman a boost, putting her up on his shoulders so she could see Luke better. Unfortunately, after the concert, the two went their separate ways without exchanging so much as their names, much to Ethan’s regret. So he did what any tech savvy young person does: He launched a search on social media and enlisted Luke’s help

The country fan shared a photo on Twitter that someone had taken of Ethan and the young lady, and he tagged the country star. Ethan pleaded, “@LukeCombsMusic, went to your concert last night and met this lady but all I’ve got is this picture. Think you could help me find her?”

Luke retweeted the photo and Ethan’s message and added, “Dear woman on shoulders, if you see this, you’ve captured this man’s heart and he needs to find you. Please slide in his DMs.”

The odds seemed insurmountable.

The odds were wrong.

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Ten hours after Ethan shared the photo, still nothing. But early on July 3, Skyler Powell recognized her friend’s face on the young man’s feed and his world was turned upside down.


We’re going to give Ethan and his new friend, Amy Rogers, a chance to get to know each other, but we hope they’ll keep us posted on their, hopefully, budding romance. And, if nothing else, maybe they each made a new friend!

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Based in Nashville, Tammy is a 20-year veteran of the country music community. She has worked in marketing, PR and artist development. Follow her @TammyGooGoo and join the conversation @RareCountry
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