Thomas Rhett Celebrates Seven No. 1s

by Preshias Harris / 349 days ago / Comments

Box set: 20 Number Ones available Sept. 29

Why celebrate just one Number One hit when you can celebrate seven?  That’s exactly what Thomas Rhett did, June 6, honoring his cowriters on his most recent seven (of twenty, so far) chart-topping songs.

Jointly hosted by ASCAP and BMI, the party took place on the rooftop of BMI’s Nashville office, taking advantage of a warm spring afternoon.

Group photo (Back Row L-R): Leslie Roberts (BMI), Josh Miller (BMI), Will Bundy (ASCAP), Riley Green (BMI), Rhett Akins (BMI), Josh Thompson (BMI), Matt Dragstrem (ASCAP), Jon Pardi (BMI), Mike Sistad (ASCAP) (Front Row L-R): Julian Bunetta (BMI), Parker Welling (BMI), Thomas Rhett (BMI), Dann Huff (ASCAP), Ashley Gorley (ASCAP).  Photo Credit: Steve Lowry

The seven No. 1s are: “Remember You Young,” “Beer Can’t Fix (ft. Jon Pardi),” Be A Light (ft. Reba, Hillary Scott, Chris Tomlin, Keith Urban),” “Half of Me (ft. Riley Green),” “What’s Your Country Song,” “Country Again” and “Slow Down Summer.”

Studio Bank, Music, Arts & Entertainment Executive, Ron Cox, made a special donation presentation on behalf of Thomas Rhett and the songwriters to Love One International, which transforms the lives of children and families in Uganda through life-saving medical care and family preservation. The event, which was also sponsored by First Horizon, ended with a surprise plaque presentation to Rhett by his record label, BMLG/The Valory Music Co., for his milestone achievement of 20 career No. 1s.

The celebration was held one day ahead of the official announcement about the upcoming release of 20 Number Ones, A vinyl box set that includes all twenty of his No. 1 hits, plus the current single “Angels (Don’t Always Have Wings)” as a bonus track.  The release date for the box set is September 29, 2023. Pre-save / pre-order here.  An autographed vinyl set is available from the official store.

“To have 20 No. Ones is beyond wild - honestly more than I ever could have imagined,” reflected Thomas Rhett. "I’m grateful to have hit this milestone, but mostly it’s just exciting to look back at this journey so far and see how these songs represent the different chapters of my life — and hopefully the Home Team feels the same way. I want to say thank you to everyone for letting me be a part of the special moments in life - it’s hard to put into words what these past 10 years mean to me. Can’t wait for another great 10!”

The 20 Number Ones set forms an audio history of Rhett’s path from starting as a new artist to his current status as one of country music’s biggest stars. From his 2012 breakout with “It Goes Like This,” that journey has made Thomas Rhett the dictionary definition of the term “country singer-songwriter” – a thrilling entertainer with an equally sharp pen having written 15 of the 20 chart-toppers, making his own music and his own lane, constantly reinventing and moving the mainstream forward with each successive Number One.

Rhett has been honored with eight ACM Awards including Entertainer of the Year, two CMA Awards, five Grammy nominations, plus trophies from the CMT Music Awards, Billboard Awards and iHeartRadio Awards, in addition to being recognized with four CMA Triple Play awards for penning three No. 1 songs within a 12-month period. Additionally, the hitmaker has launched a tequila brand, Dos Primos, now offering Blanco, Reposado and Añejo variants.  Rhett is currently on the road for his Home Team Tour 23, which will hit a total of 40 cities in 27 states this summer ending with two nights at his hometown Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, TN. Tour and ticket info here

More info about Thomas Rhett at his official website here and on social media. #ThomasRhett


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Thomas Rhett Tour Dates

06/06/2024 : CMA Music Festival 2024: Nashville, TN
06/13/2024 : The DEX: Dakota Events CompleX: Huron, SD
06/15/2024 : The Country Fest: North Lawrence, OH
06/22/2024 : Country Jam 2024: Grand Junction, CO
07/11/2024 : Windy City Smokeout 2024: Chicago, Illinois
07/13/2024 : Pendleton Whisky Music Fest: Pendleton, OR
07/20/2024 : Country Jam: Eau Claire, WI
07/26/2024 : North Dakota State Fair Center: Minot, ND
07/27/2024 : Cheyenne Frontier Days: Cheyenne, WY
07/30/2024 : Mississippi Valley Fair: Davenport, IA
08/10/2024 : Boots and Hearts Music Festiva: Oro-medonte, ON
08/13/2024 : Iowa State Fair Campgrounds: Des Moines, IA
08/23/2024 : TODAY: New York, NY
08/24/2024 : Warwick Hills Golf & Country C: Grand Blanc, MI
08/29/2024 : Great American Ballpark: Cincinnati, OH
08/31/2024 : Sugar Bowl Country Kickoff: New Orleans, LA
09/14/2024 : Rogers Place: Edmonton, AB
09/19/2024 : Washington State Fair: Puyallup, WA
09/21/2024 : Coastal Country Jam: Long Beach, CA
09/28/2024 : Boots in the Park: Tempe, AZ
10/19/2024 : GoldenSky Festival 2024: Sacramento, CA
10/20/2024 : Chukchansi Park: Fresno, CA
10/26/2024 : Lucas Oil Live at WinStar Worl: Thackerville, OK

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Preshias Harris is a music journalist who has interviewed everyone from Alabama to ZZ Top for articles and stories published in numerous music magazines. She is the author of longest-running monthly country music column in America and authored The College of Songology™ 101: The Singer/Songwriter’s ‘Need To Know’ Reference Handbook. As a music career development consultant with special emphasis on emerging and aspiring artists and songwriters, she focuses on ‘chasing the dream’ while understanding the realities of the music industry. She maintains a writers’ room on Music Row – named The Sangtuary – for her clients and their co-writers. She is a member of ASCAP (as a publisher), BMI, The Country Music Association (CMA), The Recording Academy, The National Association of Talent Directors (NATD) and a life member of Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI).

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