.@ThomasRhett Shows No Signs of a “Crash and Burn” with New Single (Listen!)

[email protected] Shows No Signs of a “Crash and Burn” with New Single (Listen!)

Thomas Rhett recently covered Bruno Mars’ “When I Was Your Man,” showing the country music industry and fans that perhaps he has influences that far exceed those within the genre. Despite Rhett’s very public display of respect for the highly acclaimed Top 40/R&B vocalist, fans didn’t necessarily foresee the release of a radio single that strays from his country roots. Then appeared “Crash and...

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.@ThomasRhett Has a New No. 1 That’ll Make Him Wanna Celebrate

[email protected] Has a New No. 1 That’ll Make Him Wanna Celebrate

Thomas Rhett just claimed his third No. 1 single in a row with “Make Me Wanna”….which isn’t too shabby consider it was a song Rhett didn’t think could crack into a solid Top 40. Well…at least that’s what he text his buddy Dierks Bentley when the song was first released. The song is a departure from the traditional with some serious infusion of Jazz and Bee Gee’s style funk. Yeah...

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.@NicholasSparks’ #TheBestOfMe Soundtrack Goes Country

[email protected]’ #TheBestOfMe Soundtrack Goes Country

Anyone who is a Nicholas Sparks fan, like me, can likely predict a few things about any book (and later movie) that is released by this reliable and talented author. First, you can predict that the story will take place in some gorgeous town in North Carolina. Second, no matter how much you force this thought out of your head, someone will die. They have either already died (so you haven’t met them and the loss won’t hit...

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New Video: @BrantleyGilbert’s “Small Town Throwdown” ft. @JustinColeMoore @ThomasRhett (Watch!)

New Video: @BrantleyGilbert’s “Small Town Throwdown” ft. @JustinColeMoore @ThomasRhett (Watch!)

Brantley Gilbert released his music video for “Small Town Throwdown” on August 1st. The video has appearances made by Justin Moore and Thomas Rhett, both of whom lend their voices for the track. The video starts out with Gilbert, Moore and Rhett hanging out shooting beer bottles. Gilbert and Moore show their struggles with their rifles while Rhett shows them how it’s done using a handgun…AND while not looking. Ultimately, the groups...

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