Luke Combs, Kenny Chesney, Morgan Wallen & More Hang With Peyton Manning at Nashville Bar

Luke Combs, Drew Holcomb, Peyton Manning, Kenny Chesney, Jake Owen, Morgan Wallen, Cole Swindell
Luke Combs, Drew Holcomb, Peyton Manning, Kenny Chesney, Jake Owen, Morgan Wallen, Cole Swindell; Photo via Instagram
Luke Combs, Drew Holcomb, Peyton Manning, Kenny Chesney, Jake Owen, Morgan Wallen, Cole Swindell

Some of country music’s biggest stars joined football icon Peyton Manning for a Saturday night hang in Nashville.

Luke Combs, Kenny Chesney, Jake Owen, Morgan Wallen and Cole Swindell joined Manning at the Cross Eyed Critters Watering Hole at the Graduate Hotel and a few of the country stars documented the fun-filled evening on Instagram.

Wallen, a longtime Tennessee Volunteers fan, shared a photo of himself with fellow East Tennessee native Chesney and former UT football star Manning, writing, “Just a few of them East Tennessee boys.”

His post garnered nearly 500,000 comments, with many fans expressing their jealously over their superstar hangout and deeming the trio the best “squad.”

Chesney later shared the same snap with the caption, “What a blast. Happy holidays Morgan and Peyton.”

 

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Swindell also shared a photo from the evening, with the caption, “CHRISTMAS CARD.”

The “Single Saturday Night” singer’s post was flooded with comments, including one from Chris Lane.

“Dudeeeeee..so jealous…what a crew 🤘🏼,” he wrote.

 

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The superstars’ hang came after the Tennessee Volunteers faced off against the Texas A&M Aggies at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville on Saturday. The Volunteers, however, didn’t pull off a win and lost to the Aggies 13 to 34.

Manning, who is considered to be one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time, has a long history with Chesney. They have even shared the stage at some of the superstar’s concerts, including his first-ever stadium show on June 7, 2003. Manning joined Chesney on stage in front of 61,780 people at Neyland Stadium to sing “Back Where I Come From.”

Update: An earlier version of this article stated that they were together at Peyton Manning’s bar in Knoxville, however, the story has now been updated to reflect the proper location.