Luke Combs closed out the first night of his two-night sold-out shows at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena on Thursday (Dec. 12) with a surprise guest for the audience: country music superstar Keith Urban joined Combs on stage for his hit single "Hurricane."

Combs saved his breakout hit for the Nashville crowd as the final song of the night. "Y'all got time for one more song?" Combs says in a fan-shot clip of the performance before the pulsating drums and riffing guitar begin the performance.

The 2019 CMA Male Vocalist of the Year winner then received a roar of applause from the crowd. Urban joined the performance and sang the song's second verse. Urban also assisted in the stand-out guitar riffs, which featured his shredding skills on full display. Watch the clip above to see Urban's skills.

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"Hurricane" became Comb's first No. 1 song in 2017, after first being released in 2015 without a major label backing the country singer. Combs earned his most recent No. 1 single with the release of his heart-wrenching ballad "Even Though I'm Leaving," which appears on his sophomore album, What You See Is What You Get. To date, Combs has earned seven No. 1 singles, including the lead single from What You See Is What You Get, "Beer Never Broke My Heart."

Combs played his second sold-out show at the Bridgestone Arena on Friday night (Dec. 13), concluding the singer's Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour. The "Hurricane" singer will be hitting the road again in 2020 in support of his second album on the aptly titled What You See Is What You Get Tour.

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