Country’s newest M.V.P(erformer) Thomas Rhett helped make history over the weekend (7/12 & 7/13), performing his Top 25-and-rising single “It Goes Like This” at Boston’s legendary Fenway Park as a part of Jason Aldean’s two night sold- out NIGHT TRAIN TOUR.
The hot newcomer headed over to The House of Blues for an after party hosted by WKLB following Friday night’s show at the famous stadium. Thomas Rhett kicked off the party with music from his forthcoming Valory Music Co. debut.
After playing a few of his own songs he then went into Garth Brooks’ “Friends In Low Places,” crowd surfing over the capacity crowd. Check out the excitement here.
Shortly after finding his way back to the stage, fellow Georgia native Kip Moore joined Thomas Rhett for a little “Beer Money.”
Continuing the party both Miranda Lambert & Patty Loveless joined the hit singer/songwriter for Merle Haggard’s “Misery And Gin.” And the surprises kept coming as the trio went into “Dirt Road Anthem,” cue… Jason Aldean, who joined to finish up the #1 smash before Thomas Rhett transitioned into “1994,” which he co-wrote and Aldean made popular. Keeping the party going, Thomas Rhett performed his Top 15 hits – “Beer With Jesus” and “Something To Do With My Hands.”
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