WATCH: Morgan Wallen & Thomas Rhett Surprise Sold Out Nashville Crowd With Duet Of “Whiskey’d My Way”

Morgan Wallen surprised fans during his third consecutive sold-out show in Nashville, Tennessee, with a star-studded performance that feature several of his friends, including Thomas Rhett. In the midst of the East Tennessee native’s electrifying 26-song set on Friday (Mar….

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Posted on March 20, 2022

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Morgan Wallen and Thomas Rhett; Photo Courtesy of Tanner Gallagher

Morgan Wallen surprised fans during his third consecutive sold-out show in Nashville, Tennessee, with a star-studded performance that feature several of his friends, including Thomas Rhett.

In the midst of the East Tennessee native’s electrifying 26-song set on Friday (Mar. 18), Wallen welcomed Rhett to the stage to perform “Whiskey’d My Way,” a song Rhett co-wrote with Matt Dragstream, Josh Miller and Josh Thompson for Wallen’s record-breaking sophomore project, Dangerous: The Double Album.

Wallen sang the opening verse of the tune, before surprising fans as Rhett joined him onstage for a duet of the fan-favorite tune.

“It wasn’t my buddies / It wasn’t my mama / It wasn’t, no self-help how-to / It wasn’t old records / It wasn’t old flings / Or dancin’ with somebody new / Tequila made me crazy / Cold beer wouldn’t do / So I whiskey’d my way over you,” Wallen and Rhett sang in perfect harmony.

Watch Wallen and Rhett perform “Whiskey’d My Way” below.

During the show, Wallen also welcomed several other friends to the stage to perform with him, including Jason Aldean and his “Broadway Girls” collaborator, Lil Durk.

Rhett also co-wrote another song on Wallen’s sophomore album, “Your Bartender.”

Additionally, Rhett recently performed a “Mamaw’s House,” a song that was a product of a Zoom writing session that he and Wallen co-wrote together that serves as a tribute to he and Wallen’s Grandmas as well as Grandmas around the world. 

“About midway through to 2020, Me and Morgan Wallen wrote a song together and I just kind of want to set the scene for you a real quick because obviously this was 2020 and we were writing the song over the dang internet, which was crazy,” Rhett explained to a sold-out crowd in Bristow, Virginia in late August 2021.

The “Wasted On You” singer is currently in the midst of his massive The Dangerous Tour in support of his record-breaking sophomore project, Dangerous: The Double Album. The tour, which is the biggest country tour of 2022 and runs through October, recently sold-out with over 800,000 tickets sold, according Up2DateCountry on Instagram.

In addition to HARDY and Larry Fleet, the country hitmaker recently added Lainey Wilson, Kameron Marlowe, Chase Rice, Ian Munsick, and ERNEST to his sold-out tour lineup.

See a full list of upcoming Dangerous Tour dates below.

April 14, 2022 — Evansville, IN — Ford Center — HARDY and Larry Fleet
April 15, 2022 — Charleston, WV — Charleston Coliseum — HARDY and Larry Fleet
April 21, 2022 — Corpus Christi, TX — American Bank Center — HARDY and Larry Fleet
April 22, 2022 — San Antonio, TX — AT&T Center — HARDY and Larry Fleet
April 23, 2022 — Lafayette, LA — CAJUNDOME — HARDY and Larry Fleet
April 28, 2022 — Green Bay, WI — Resch Center — TBD and Larry Fleet
April 29, 2022 — Des Moines, IA — Wells Fargo Arena — TBD and Larry Fleet
April 30, 2022 — Kansas City, MO — T-Mobile Center — TBD and Larry Fleet
May 12, 2022 — Denver, CO — Ball Arena — HARDY and Larry Fleet
May 13, 2022 — Rapid City, SD — Summit Arena — HARDY and Larry Fleet
May 14, 2022 — Billings, MT — First Interstate Arena — HARDY and Larry Fleet
May 27, 2022 — Allentown, PA — PPL Center — HARDY and Larry Fleet
June 2, 2022 — Charlotte, NC — PNC Music Pavilion — HARDY
June 3, 2022 — Raleigh, NC — Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek — HARDY
June 4, 2022 — Bristow, VA — Jiffy Lube Live — HARDY
June 16, 2022 — Noblesville, IN — Ruoff Music Center — HARDY
June 23, 2022 — Gilford, NH — Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion — HARDY
June 24, 2022 — Gilford, NH — Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion — HARDY
June 25, 2022 — Darien Center, NY — Darien Lake Amphitheater — HARDY
July 2, 2022 — Orange Beach, AL — The Wharf Amphitheater — HARDY
July 3, 2022 — Orange Beach, AL — The Wharf Amphitheater — HARDY
July 7, 2022 — Saratoga Springs, NY — Saratoga Performing Arts Center — HARDY
July 8, 2022 — Syracuse, NY — St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview — HARDY
July 21, 2022 — Burgettstown, PA — The Pavilion at Star Lake — HARDY
July 30, 2022 — Ridgefield, WA — RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater — TBD
August 4, 2022 — Atlanta, GA — Cellairis Amphitheatre at Lakewood — HARDY
August 5, 2022 — Atlanta, GA — Cellairis Amphitheatre at Lakewood — HARDY
August 11, 2022 — Mansfield, MA — Xfinity Center — HARDY
August 12, 2022 — Hartford, CT — XFINITY Theatre — HARDY
August 25, 2022 — Wichita, KS — INTRUST Bank Arena — HARDY
August 26, 2022 — Rogers, AR — Walmart AMP — HARDY
August 27, 2022 — St. Louis, MO — Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre — HARDY
September 7, 2022 — Albuquerque, NM — Isleta Amphitheater — HARDY
September 9, 2022 — Nampa, ID — Ford Idaho Center — HARDY
September 10, 2022 — West Valley City, UT — USANA Amphitheatre — HARDY
September 15, 2022 — Chula Vista, CA — North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre — HARDY
September 16, 2022 — Mountain View, CA — Shoreline Amphitheatre — HARDY
September 17, 2022 — Wheatland, CA — Toyota Amphitheatre — HARDY
September 24, 2022 — Los Angeles, CA — Crypto.com Arena — HARDY
September 25, 2022 — Los Angeles, CA — Crypto.com Arena — HARDY

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Andrew Wendowski is the Founder and CEO of Music Mayhem. As a 29-year-old entrepreneur, he oversees content as the Editor-In-Chief for the independent brand. Wendowski, who splits time between Philadelphia, Penn., and Nashville, Tenn., has an extensive background in multimedia. Before launching Music Mayhem in 2014, he worked as a highly sought-after photojournalist and tour photographer, collaborating with such labels as Interscope Records and Republic Records. He has captured photos of some of the biggest names, including Taylor Swift, Metallica, Harry Styles, P!NK, Morgan Wallen, Carrie Underwood, The Rolling Stones, Madonna, Shania Twain, and hundreds more. Wendowski’s photos and freelance work have appeared nationwide and can be seen everywhere from ad campaigns to various publications, including Billboard and Rolling Stone. When Wendowski isn’t running Music Mayhem, he enjoys spending time at concerts, traveling, and capturing photos.

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