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It should come as no shock to fans of the hit country music singer, Luke Combs, that he has a heart of gold.

The star was battling a sore throat over the weekend while performing in Bangor

Combs had just started his second of two sold-out nights at the Maine Savings Amphitheater in Bangor on Saturday when he decided to stop the show due to vocal troubles that had plagued him all weekend.

He announced to the over 15,000 attendees that he would refund all the tickets for his Saturday night show.

He reportedly stated that he knows a concert experience costs much more than just tickets — there’s gas, food, hotels, parking, child care, and much more that goes into it.

Combs also helped make a Maine boy’s 12th birthday extra special Friday night.

Bo Fenderson and his friend, Tanner, wanted to see Combs perform in Bangor last weekend so in order to purchase their tickets, they stacked wood until they earned enough money to go to the show.

When the singer noticed the signs the two boys made telling how they saved up for tickets, he sat down on the stage and began talking to the boys.

Combs then reached into his pocket and handed the boys $140 in cash, promising to get them the rest of their money back when they took a tour backstage after the show.

He also took pictures with Fenderson, Tanner and Fenderson’s family.

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This just goes to show Combs is an entertainer who loves and respects his fans enough to give them the show he feels they deserve!