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Danielle Bradbery Had “So Much Fun” Writing With Thomas Rhett

Danielle Bradbery Had “So Much Fun” Writing With Thomas Rhett

Danielle Bradbery’s I Don’t Believe We’ve Met boasts a myriad of truly personal songs and “What Are We Doing,” co-penned with Thomas Rhett, is just one example of this authenticity.

The track, co-written by Bradbery, Emily Weisband, Sam Ellis and Rhett while on the Suits and Boots Tour, tells the personal story of a roller coaster relationship, one where the guy is loving his girlfriend one minute — and the next, he’s offering mixed emotions, leading to pain and confusion.

“I personally can relate,” she says with a laugh while explaining the story behind the song. “It’s really cool and it’s real, people go through it. I’ve had my best friends go through it and I did. So it was really cool to write.” 

And writing it with Rhett was particularly special. Offering nothing but praise for the country superstar, Bradbery cites Rhett as an older brother figure, one she always enjoys working with and whose bold writing style is one she hopes to emulate.

“He is an amazing songwriter,” she says, saying he brings many quality ideas to the table. “We just had so much fun writing it, which makes it so genuine.”

“What Are We Doing” also finds the young singer stepping out of her comfort zone sound-wise, embodying a bit of an R&B vibe. Rhett made a similar impression on his latest album Life Changes with the EDM-influnced “Leave Right Now,” with Bradbery commenting that she identifies with Rhett’s appreciation for all types of music. “Being in the room with him and just being around him I learn a lot, because he is very ‘this is what I want with my music, this is what I like so that’s what I’m going to do’ and you see it in him,” she praises. “He’s a great person and then he’s just a great artist and entertainer, so I give a lot of credit to him. He’s awesome.”

Source: tasteofcountry.com

Kenny Chesney Announces 2018 Trip Around The Sun Tour With Thomas Rhett

Kenny Chesney is headed out on tour again — and it’s looking like it will be one of his biggest yet!

“The Big Revival” singer announced his 2018 Trip Around the Sun tour on Wednesday with a series of tweets showcasing every major stadium he’ll play at. Fans are abuzz over the new tour since he’ll be teaming up with Thomas Rhett, Old Dominion and Brandon Lay on-stage.

“To say I miss the stage would be an understatement, but not just the stage, I miss the energy, the passion, the spirit of No Shoes Nation… and everything you bring to the shows and my life,” Kenny says in the concert announcement video.

Thomas, who won CMA Male Vocalist of the Year in 2017, shared his excitement about the tour on Twitter, as well.

The tour begins on April 21 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, and concludes on August 24 at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts.

The tour spans most of North America hitting almost every state from coast to coast.

Thomas Rhett’s “B-Stage” Earns an A

Thomas Rhett’s “B-Stage” Earns an A

cmt.com — “We obviously saved the best for last.”

That’s what Thomas Rhett told the sold-out Chicago crowd on Friday night (Sept. 8) the minute he took the stage for the third and final “Live From the B-Stage” release-day show. He’d been to Boston and Philadelphia earlier that day, then came to Joe’s Live just north of Chicago to wrap up the day of new music.

Although he didn’t just play the new stuff from his new album Life Changes, because he said that as a fan, he would hate that.

“We’re not gonna do that thing. When I saw artists I loved and they didn’t play (their big hit), I’d be so pissed,” Rhett said.

Instead, he played a mix of older hits and new tunes, and because the setting was more like the B-Stage at his arena shows, he was able to share the stories behind so many of his songs.

Before “Die a Happy Man,” the highest-charting single on his 2015 album Tangled Up, Rhett explained how it came from a writing session right before a date on Jason Aldean’s Night Train Tour.

“We were on the bus in Arkansas, opening for Jason Aldean, and the first song we wrote that day was ‘Die a Happy Man,’” he said of the song he wrote with Sean Douglas and Joe Spargur. “And it was at a point in the show where I just wanted to change it up. So I was like, ‘Well, we wrote this song today, and we’re gonna put it in our set tonight.’ And the writers were like, ‘You don’t even know the words.’”

“It doesn’t matter,” he said he told them before taking the stage in Little Rock and playing what he called a very botched version of the song. “I had no idea that song would do what it did.”

He also answered fan questions, one of which was about how nervous he was to release the new album. Rhett admitted he was very nervous, but that hearing the crowd sing all the words to the songs they’d only been hearing for one day — like “Unforgettable,” “Sixteen,” “Grave” and “Drink a Little Beer” — assuaged any anxieties he’d had.

“When you’re making a record, for me, I want it to sound completely different from the last one. All my favorite artists never make records that sound the same,” he said.