We love Thomas Rhett. There’s something about the Georgia singer that makes him easy to relate with. Maybe it’s his ability to create an album that combines the new school with the old school. It could be his unmistakable vocals. Or even his seemingly flawless marriage with his high school sweetheart Lauren. So during his hour long set on the Suits and Boots Tour this weekend, we couldn’t help but have the time of our lives. Here’s some reasons why:
Plenty of artists got in on the Halloween spirit this weekend. Whether they were performing or hanging out here are some of our favorite costumes.
As one of country’s biggest names Thomas Rhett continually pushes the boundary. His progression from “Beer With Jesus,” his first single with any sort of success, to “Crash and Burn,” his fourth number one song, is borderline incredible. Never has an artist changed his sound so much yet stay in the spotlight as well as the 25 year old Georgian. Here are Rhett’s most limit pushing, progressive songs to date:
We knew going into last night’s Anything Goes Tour stop in Manchester, NH that it was going to be a hell of a night. After snowy weather in Nashville postponed the show from last Wednesday to last night, it was clear just from the walk into the arena how excited the fans were to watch their favorite artists perform. A lineup that featured three of the hottest young stars in country music and the singers of the two most recent number one radio singles offered a night fun of singing, dancing, and screaming.