Thomas Rhett is not only a songwriting hitmaker but he is also a live music connoisseur. However, with the current state of the world, live music has been put on an indefinite hold, making live shows become a rarity.
The “What’s Your Country Song” singer shared that he misses live concerts so much that he would “go see anybody” at this point as he craves live music. But he says if you’ve never seen “Bruno Mars, it really is an incredible show,” that he would recommend seeing.
In an interview with his record label, Big Machine Label Group, the superstar revealed that there are plenty of country artists that he would love to see live and that he’s seen, including “Better Together” singer, Luke Combs.
“I got to sing with Luke Combs when he played at Bridgestone,” Rhett said. “Luke Combs’ concert is absolutely mind blowing.”
Rhett gushed that he’s “never seen people sing album cuts louder than the singles” in his entire life, that is “except for at a Luke Combs concert.”
“So, I would definitely encourage everybody to go watch him on the road,” he later added.
Along with Combs, Rhett also puts on an incredible live concert, and if all goes as planned and the global health crisis doesn’t force a second postponement of his tour, he will kick off his Center Point Road Tour on June 3 in Gilford, NH at Bank Of New Hampshire Pavilion.
For more information on Rhett’s upcoming tour dates, visit ThomasRhett.com/tour.