As country music’s resident good-life philosopher and sonic trailblazer, Thomas Rhett has released his new album Where We Started, which includes tales of transcendent romance, songs of righteous redemption, and much more.
Recognized for writing about what he knows, on Where We Started Thomas Rhett stretches his truthful storytelling even further. Like on the single “Death Row," which was born after Rhett, Tyler Hubbard, and Russell Dickerson visited a men’s prison in Tennessee with their guitars and after the visit, armed with a pressure cooker of emotions, Rhett wrote the sobering track of redemption alongside Ashley Gorley and Zack Crowell.
In addition to the new record, Rhett unveiled details for his headlining Bring The Bar To You Tour. Taking its name from a song on Where We Started, the tour kicks off June 17 in Gilford, NH and will visit over 30 cities throughout the U.S. with special guests Parker McCollum and Conner Smith.
Thomas Rhett has 18 multiplatinum and gold-certified #1 hits, 12 billion streams, and the longest current active streak of consecutive #1s in the format. He has been honored with eight ACM Awards, two CMA Awards, five Grammys, plus trophies from CMT Music, Billboard, and iHeartRadio.