Thomas Rhett lines up television appearances

Thomas Rhett
Scoring a second week at the top of the Billboard Country chart, Thomas Rhett
will make both his late night and daytime national television debuts, performing
the #1 hit “It Goes Like This.” The talented singer/songwriter will appear this
evening (10/20) on NBC's The Tonight Show, airing at 11:35/10:35c and
Friday (10/25) on nationally-syndicated The Queen Latifah Show (airing
details available here).

Thomas
Rhett will release his debut album IT GOES LIKE THIS 10/29 on The
Valory Music Co. The project will feature the GOLD-certified title track, which
has sold nearly 1 million copies, as well as the previous Top 15 hits “Something
To Do With My Hands” and “Beer With Jesus.”

The Georgia
native also recently scored his first #1 as a songwriter, penning Florida
Georgia Line’s two-week #1 smash “Round Here.” He has also written two Jason
Aldean cuts, including the Top 15 hit “1994 as well as Lee Brice’s current Top
10, “Parking Lot Party.”

Over
the weekend, Thomas Rhett performed at the legendary Hollywood Bowl as part of
Jason Aldean’s sold-out NIGHT TRAIN TOUR, which wraps up in Dallas on
Saturday (10/26).
 
For
tour dates and more visit: www.thomasrhett.com

[Photo Credit: Kristin Barlowe]

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