On Oct. Yes! Thomas Rhett will tour in 2019. The Thomas Rhett Tour 2019 kicks off in Montreal on April 24, 2019 and wraps up in Nashville, Tennessee on October 12. Check the complete list of current Thomas Rhett tour dates 2019 to stay up-to-date and find tickets for a concert near you.
It’s that ability to fuse his country roots with a progressive musical vision that makes Lynch one of today’s most successful young artists. His self-titled Broken Bow Records debut hit No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart and the lead single, Cowboys and Angels,” exceeded platinum sales status while earning Lynch a legion of devoted fans. His follow up single, the sexy up tempo She Cranks My Tractor,” became a No. 1 video on GAC’s Top 20 Country Countdown and the accolades continued to pour in, among them Rolling Stone heralding Lynch as The New Hat in Town” in the magazine’s 2013 Best of Rock issue. Lynch’s career momentum continued as he opened for Keith Urban on his recent Light the Fuse Tour and earned critical praise from American Songwriter, Billboard, Country Weekly, Elle, The Los Angeles Times, People and USA Today, to name a few.
Rhett’s top hits like “Marry Me,” “Get Me Some of That,” “Life Changes,” “T-shirt,” “Star of the Show,” “Crash and Burn,” “Make Me Wanna,” “Star of the Show” and “Unforgettable” mixed in with newer and lesser-known singles are part of his setlist. He is known to perform some popular cover songs, even bringing audience members up on stage to sing along. It’s when he sings alongside his father that the crowd electrifies, but Rhett is carries that energy throughout all of his concerts.
Years before he kicked off his career with It Goes Like This, a debut album that spawned five Top 40 hits and three Numbers Ones, Thomas Rhett spent his childhood listening to the sounds of FM radio.
Though he is a successful singer now, Thomas Rhett actually got his start in the business because of his songwriting In 2011, a representative from Big Machine Records saw him perform one night and asked him to write for the label. His writing credits include hits for Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line, and Lee Brice.
Thomas Rhett hasn’t been around country music that long, but he is already gaining recognition from his peers and fans as one of the industry’s hottest stars. The young artist already has two Grammy nominations to his name. In 2019, the 29-year-old won the coveted best male artist statue at the ACM awards.
Rhett, who wraps up his Very Hot Summer Tour in Nashville Saturday night (Oct. 12), will celebrate his seven-year anniversary with his wife that night, and also his fatherÂ Rhett Akins ‘Â 50th birthday on Sunday (Oct. 13). He’ll also get a littleÂ time off before the birth of his child, who is due Feb. 3, 2020.
Just six years after his debut album was released, the singer has had notable success. According to Celebrity Net Worth , Thomas Rhett’s estimated net worth is $5 million. On top of it all, Thomas Rhett was named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list, with the magazine calling him one of the most financially successful acts in the class of 2018.” Forbes estimated that he drew in about $250,000 per night on the road in 2018. With his recent best male artist” award at the CMA Awards, Thomas Rhett shows no signs of slowing down. This number is sure to grow exponentially in years to come.
A skilled musician and showman” (Providence Journal), Rhett’s live show continues to draw praise as he’s “fearlessly come into his own” (Tennessean). Adept at engaging a crowd” (Houston Chronicle), there’s a palpable connection between the country music superstar and his fans” (M-LIVE).
Country singer Kane Brown, who was one of several artists of the year honored at Wednesday’s show in Nashville, Tennessee, struggled through tears and dedicated his award to his longtime drummer 27-year-old Kenny Dixon, who died in a car accident over the weekend.
Rhett’s Platinum-certified third album Life Changes (The Valory Music Co.) is the biggest, boldest-sounding record of his career, filled with a diverse batch of songs as he stretches his sound to new limits. He topped Billboard’s year-end Country Airplay chart and is Mediabase’s Top Performing Artist and Top Male of 2018 as the only artist to have four songs in the top 100 songs of the year – Unforgettable” (Platinum), Marry Me” (2X Platinum), Life Changes” (Gold) and Sixteen.” Since its release, Life Changes has earned the top position on the all-genre Billboard 200 chart, a Grammy® nomination for Best Country Album, as well as CMA and ACM Awards nominations. He was named iHeartRadio’s Country Artist of the Year for the second year in a row and was recently honored with his second CMA Triple Play award for penning three #1 songs within a 12-month period (Unforgettable, Marry Me” and Life Changes”).
Awarded BMI’s Songwriter of the Year in 2011 and 2014 and CMA’s Triple Play award a total of seven times, Rhett Akins has written chart toppers for some of the biggest names in country music. Songs and artists include Blake Shelton’s Honey Bee,” Thomas Rhett’s It Goes Like This” and John Pardi’s Dirt on My Boots.” Rhett celebrated his 29th No. 1 hit with Thomas Rhett’s Life Changes” in October 2018. Rhett is not only a successful songwriter, but also an impressive solo artists planning to play career hits in the 2019 Very Hot Summer Tour.
There was so much energy with this show. From each and every performer. I loved every minute of it. Thonas Rhett was worth waiting for. Dustin Lynch an ultimate performer. Wow Russell Dickerson was amazing. Rhett Atkins country class. Phenomenal show.
This country couple’s love story goes way, way back: Thomas and Lauren actually met when they were both first graders growing up in Georgia. In the years that followed, they became close friends, and they did things like attend church camp together. They even dated for a brief period of time in high school, but it didn’t feel right at the time, and they went back to being friends.
Even though he was certain that Akins was the one he was to marry, Rhett certainly didn’t skimp on the engagement. He popped the question inside his love’s favorite restaurant in Nashville, Giovanni’s. In a private room, Akins’ mom helped stash flowers, candles and the main ingredient: wine.
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In 2003, the show was moved to April but returned to June in 2009 to coincide with the CMA Music Festival (the renamed “Fan Fair”) and the influx of tourists to Nashville as well as capitalize on a time when many of the artists would already be in Nashville at once.
Rhett Akins first album, A Thousand Memories produced four chart singles with its 1995 release including his co-written first No. one, That Ain’t My Truck.” Moving on to release Somebody New the following year and producing another No. one hit, Don’t Get Me Started.” Rhett as a songwriter has had 29 No. one singles (and counting). Some of which include No. one hits by artists which include Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Dustin Lynch, Jon Pardi, Thomas Rhett, and Blake Shelton. Thomas Rhett’s Star Of The Show,” co-written with Rhett and Thomas Rhett pinned their first No. one together and in 2017, Rhett celebrated his 29th number one as a songwriter with Thomas Rhett’s Life Changes.” Rhett was named the No. 4 Billboard Country Songwriter, awarded the CMA Triple Play seven times and awarded Songwriter of the Year by the Academy of Country Music in 2018.
In 2013, Thomas Rhett released his debut album, It Goes Like This.” The album hit number six on the Billboard top 200. The singer has subsequently released two more albums, with his most recent, Life Changes” hitting number one on the Billboard 200.
Thomas Rhett Akins (yes, Thomas Rhett is his first name) may be new to country, but he has been around the industry for quite a while. His father Rhett Akins had several hits before his son broke onto the scene including That Ain’t My Truck” and Kiss My Country Ass”.
Multi-platinum selling performer Thomas Rhett brings his Very Hot Summer Tour” with special guests Dustin Lynch, Russell Dickerson and Rhett Akins to DTE Energy Music Theatre on Thursday, June 20 at 7 p.m.
Rhett, whose legal last name is Akins, told Taste of Country that the couple dated for six months when they were 15 — and it didn’t work. However, the two remained friends and had several separate relationships.
Dustin Lynch occupies a unique place in today’s country music. Thanks to his classic sensibilities, he’s been heralded as the heir to George Strait’s throne. Yet with one listen to his newest hit, Where It’s At,” it’s obvious the young Tennessean knows how to combine his traditional influences with an edgy intensity that places him at the vanguard of today’s contemporary country scene.
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Thomas Rhett and Little Big Town joined forces on Don’t Threaten Me With a Good Time,” a tune from TR’s 2019 album, Center Point Road, that features vocals from LBT. TR co-penned the song with LBT’s Karen Fairchild, among others.
I don’t know if it was the crowd and being in Nashville, or the overall vibe, but I had a lot of fun at your show Thomas. Russell Dickerson really hyped up the crowd with his high energy and running all over and dancing. Dustin Lynch kept the fun going and it was great, would have like him to come down the cat walk more often but still good. During the break between you and Dustin the music you played made the crowd get up and dance and it was the best people watching ever, so many personalities! Your entrance was amazing, I swear you got 8 ft high and then I don’t know how you landed on your feet but you did. You had a great team with you and I’d go see everyone again. One thing I really love about you is your extreme love and devotion to your wife, I wish there were more men like you in the world that truly cherished their women and aren’t afraid to tell everyone how much they love them.
Thomas Rhett scored his first No. 1 hit in 2013 with It Goes Like This,” introducing a sound that mixed the southern swagger of county music with pop hooks, R&B grooves, soulful strut and the anything-goes attitude of rock. During the years since, he’s become a husband. A father, too. And, thanks to eight chart-topping singles, a headliner of massive arenas.
It’s just weird,” Rhett reflected ( via his record label ). “I think looking back at my 19-year-old self, that never in a million years thought that I wanted to be an artist. I wanted to stay in Nashville and just write songs, to where we’re at now is all a God thing to me. Every decision that we made and every tour I said yes to, every tour I said no to, every song I did cut, every song I didn’t cut, I think it was all part of some crazy plan.
Rhett became very outspoken about his faith at the recent CMT Artists of the Year ceremony, where he took his time on stage to pray for Kane Brown , who is mourning the loss of his drummer, Kenny Dixon Brown was also on hand to accept the honor, which moved Rhett to pray publicly for his friend.
It’s a phenomenon familiar to the country star who had the last #1 album before Rhett’s. That’d be the young black country phenom Kane Brown. Like Center Point Road, Brown’s chart-topping Experiment exists along the blurry borderline between boilerplate Nashville tropes and more pop-minded easy listening fare. Good As You” (#36 on the Hot 100) shares some DNA with Ed Sheeran, while Lose It” (#28) more explicitly embraces a country sound with abundant banjo and fiddle in the mix. His biggest exposure outside the country bubble, though, has come through collaborations with two of the most genre-averse hit-makers of this moment.
Rhett Akins has already achieved so much as both an artist and a songwriter, but he’s not done yet. The music video, which was shot in Oahu where the couple honeymooned, also features sweet footage of Thomas and Lauren together.
For instance, the soulfully folksy Irish balladeer Hozier, who has built a solid career for himself but hasn’t enjoyed a proper hit since his 2013 breakthrough Take Me To Church,” hopped on a remix of Maren Morris‘ The Bones” this week. This is a travesty because The Bones” is a perfect pop-country song Creatively, the last thing it needs is 100% more Hozier. Yet Hozier clearly sees it as a chance to swoop some country listeners into his fan base, and with The Bones” lingering near the bottom of the Hot 100, Morris likely recognizes the potential for another crossover moment. But in the race to blow up, it’s got nothing on the week’s other country-pop collaboration.
Had a great time, never really listened to Thomas Rhett but loved what I heard, had a great time, look forward to learning more. Venue was great, great acoustics, had a really good time.
Thomas Rhett is quickly becoming one of the reigning superstars in country music, a fact that surprises no one more than the singer. The 29-year-old admits he has worked hard for all of his success, but says most of the credit belongs to his faith in God.
Sometimes the genre-jumping is more overt, and it works both ways. Last year , just as country star Maren Morris was crashing pop radio with an assist from Zedd, pop mainstay Bebe Rexha was bum-rushing the country charts with help from Florida Georgia Line. Rhett himself has toyed with the idea of jumping on a more overt pop song, name-checking pals like the Chainsmokers (who recently teamed up with former Rhett duet partner Kelsea Ballerini) and Diplo (who just conscripted the Jonas Brothers into his own campaign for a country crossover).
Country music star Thomas Rhett , with special guests Dustin Lynch , Russell Dickerson and Rhett Akins , will be making a stop at Saint Paul’s Xcel Energy Center on Saturday, Sept. 7.