Reigning ACM Male Vocalist of the Year Thomas Rhett has announced his autobiographical anthem “Life Changes,” the title-track from his Billboard 200 chart-topping album (The Valory Music Co.), as his next single. “One of his most personal to date” (Rolling Stone), the song co-written by Thomas Rhett ships to Country radio today, following all three of LIFE CHANGES’ singles – PLATINUM-certified “Craving You” and “Marry Me” as well as GOLD-certified “Unforgettable” – which all earned chart-topping success.
“This song is basically my autobiography in three minutes,” Thomas Rhett said. “It covers my college years, marrying Lauren, becoming a dad and the evolution of my music career. It’s definitely the most personal song I’ve ever written, but we all go through a lot in life whatever the story is, so I think the sentiment is something a lot of people can relate to.”
Over the weekend, Thomas Rhett launched his highly-anticipated LIFE CHANGES TOUR, bringing his “commanding stage presence” (Rolling Stone) to sold-out crowds in Tulsa, OK and Las Cruces, NM. “The reigning wielder of Midas’ touch” (Tulsa World), he is bringing his biggest hits and songs from his GRAMMY-nominated third studio album to life with reimagined versions for his electric live show. First dates include ACM’s New Male Vocalist of the Year Brett Young as well as a combination of Country Music’s freshest talent including Russell Dickerson, Jillian Jacqueline and Carly Pearce. With later dates newly on-sale this week, the fall shows will continue with Young and ACM New Vocal Group of the Year Midland.