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Rhett’s new album is due in stores Friday, September 25th.
Here are all the songs titles…
- “Crash & Burn”
- “South Side”
- “Die a Happy Man”
- “Like It’s the Last Time”
- “Single Girl”
- “The Day You Stop Looking Back”
- “Playing With Fire” With Jordin Sparks
- “I Feel Good” Feat. Lunch Money Lewis
- “Learned It From the Radio”
It’s a little bit like the last record, we just definitely pushed a little farther on the second one,” Rhett says. Fans have kind of figured that out in the last 12 months. Beginning with the Bee Gees-inspired “Make Me Wanna” and continuing with his Bruno Mars cover and the very soul-inspired “Crash and Burn,” Rhett has proven he draws from all styles and sounds. But don’t worry — Tangled Up will be an undeniable country album, he says.
Dates and cities have also been announced for Brett Eldredge and Thomas Rhett’s shows for the 14th annual CMT on Tour.
Fans can expect a high-octane set from the pair as Eldredge and Rhett both have a lot to celebrate. CMT on Tour is the first headlining tour for Eldredge and Thomas Rhett, and the pair currently dominates two of the coveted Top 10 spots on the country charts. They’ll also launch their sophomore albums this fall – with Eldredge’s, Illinois, recently released on Friday, Sept. 11th.
Thomas Rhett and Brett Eldredge are well on their way to becoming the superstars of our format,” CMT senior vice president of music strategy Leslie Fram said Monday (Aug. 31) in announcing the tour dates. “As they both celebrate back-to-back No. 1 singles, we’re beyond excited to have them co-headline the CMT tour this year.
CMT on Tour tickets went on sale Friday, Sept. 11th. More dates are expected to be announced, but here’s a full list of the confirmed tour dates:
Oct. 29: New York City (Terminal 5)
Oct. 30: Salisbury, Maryland (Wicomico Youth & Civic Center)
Oct. 31: Salem, Virginia (Salem Civic Center)
Nov. 6: Bangor, Maine (Cross Insurance Center)
Nov. 7: Hampton Beach, New Hampshire (Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom)
Nov. 8: Kingston, Rhode Island (Ryan Center)
Nov. 12: Dodge City, Kansas (United Wireless Arena)
Nov. 13: Kearney, Nebraska (Viaero Events Center)
Nov. 14: Sioux City, Iowa (Tyson Events Center)
Nov. 19: Pikeville, Kentucy (East Kentucky Exposition Center)
Nov. 21: Independence, Missouri (Independence Events Center)
Dec. 3: Youngstown, Ohio (Covelli Centre)
Dec. 4: Fairfax, Virginia (EagleBank Arena)
Dec. 5: Bethlehem, Pennsylvania (Sands Casino)
Dec. 9: Kalamazoo, Michigan (Wings Stadium)
Dec. 10: Toledo, Ohio (Huntington Center)
Dec. 11: Chicago (Rosemont Theatre)
For more information as it becomes available, visit cmtontour.cmt.com and join the conversation on social using #CMTonTour.