Wednesday, 05 May 2021 19:00

Thomas Rhett Performs 'Country Again'

Thomas Rhett performed his latest single "Country Again" on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. He'll be at Blossom Music Center on Sunday, August 29th with Cole Swindell and Gabby Barrett, click here to purchase tickets! 

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Tuesday, 17 December 2019 20:44

New Music From Thomas Rhett w/ Jon Pardi!

Thomas Rhett just earned his 14th career #1 this week with "Remember You Young" and today he released his next single from his latest album Center Point Road! This one is called "Beer Can't Fix" and features Jon Pardi, one of several collaborations featured on his album!

Thomas co-wrote the song along with Julian Bunetta, Zach Skelton and Ryan Tedder. He shared how he got the idea for the song and how Jon Pardi ended up on the track in a press release, "I was playing golf with one of my producers, Julian Bunetta, in Knoxville and we were both playing terribly, so we decided to drink a beer and suddenly we both started playing much better. Julian looked at me and said ‘well, ain’t nothing a beer can’t fix’ and we both were like, ‘We have to write that.’ As soon as it was done I knew I wanted Jon on it. It’s basically about not taking life too seriously, and I just knew Jon’s voice would be the perfect addition to the song."

Thomas Rhett recently announced his The Center Point Road Tour that will kick off in May of next year. He'll stop at Blossom Music Center on Saturday, June 6th and will bring Cole Swindell and HARDY along with him. Ticket on sale info is still to come, but we will keep you updated! 

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Thursday, 12 December 2019 19:51

Thomas Rhett on Late Night TV!

Thomas Rhett stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to sing one of his songs from his album Center Point Road called "Notice".

Earlier today, Thomas took to social media to announce his The Center Point Road tour with Cole Swindell and HARDY that kicks off in May of 2020. The tour will stop at Blossom Music Center on Saturday, June 6th!

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Monday, 08 July 2019 21:12

New Music From Thomas Rhett!

Thomas Rhett has released his next single from his latest album Center Point Road which dropped on May 31st. "Remember You Young" takes a look back at Rhett's loved ones in his lyrics, his childhood friends, his wife, his daughters, all in their younger years.  

The first single from Center Point Road, "Look What God Gave Her" recently became Rhett's 13th #1 single! 

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Thomas Rhett released his fourth studio album Center Point Road today and to mark the occasion he played a concert for fans in New York City as part of the TODAY Show summer concert series. I personally love that Hoda Kotb came to see his performance! He talked to the hosts about the album, and sang his latest single "Look What God Gave Her". 


Thomas then joined the third hour of the show to not only talk about the new album but to talk about touring with his family, and fatherhood. 

A bonus from the TODAY Show...just a few things you've always wanted to know about Thomas Rhett! 

Check out more performances from this morning on the TODAY Show's website including "Crash and Burn", "That Old Truck", and "Remember You Young"! Who else is pumped to see him perform songs from the new album at The Country Fest on Saturday, June 22nd? 

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Now you have more live performances to set your DVR for! The TODAY show announced their summer concert lineup earlier today. Thomas Rhett, Dan + Shay, and Kacey Musgraves will play shows this summer on the TODAY plaza. It all kicks off on 5/23 with a performance from Sheryl Crow!

Thomas Rhett will celebrate the release of his upcoming album on 5/31. Then of course, we'll be getting to hear those new songs live at The Country Fest on 6/22!

Next up, Dan + Shay will perform on 6/28, and Kacey Musgraves is set for 7/19.  Going to be in New York City for any of these dates? Click here for more information on attending!

A couple weeks ago, Good Morning America announced their lineup which includes Lady Antebellum, Keith Urban, and Kane Brown. Again, don't forget to use those hashtags if you live tweet, you could end up on TV. Well, your tweets anyway.


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