Thomas Rhett Details CENTER POINT ROAD – Out 5/31

With 12
best-selling No. Ones, an armload of awards, a growing reputation
for electrifying headline tours and a distinction as country radio’s
most played artist of 2018, Thomas Rhett is unveiling details today of
his hotly-anticipated upcoming fourth studio album CENTER POINT ROAD (The Valory Music Co.) ahead of its May 31 release. Named
after the street in his Tennessee hometown that shaped and influenced
much of his life experiences, the eagerly-awaited project is a return
to his roots, marking the most autobiographical collection of Thomas
Rhett’s meteoric career. It is revealed through a series of
deeply-personal twists and turns – but, this project isn’t about pining
for glory days. It’s about knowing where you came from and who you
really are, regardless of how much has changed. It’s about pushing
forward, chasing crazy dreams, raising a family and staying true to
yourself in the process. Fans can now pre-order limited
edition album packages at and
those who pre-ordered the album digitally will receive a brand new
track tomorrow in addition to previously available tracks “Look What God
Gave Her” and “Don’t Threaten Me With A Good Time” feat Little Big

me, Center Point Road really symbolizes what it was like to grow up in
Hendersonville,” explained Thomas Rhett. “First dates, first football
games, first heartbreak, first kisses, success and failures. I
really feel like that road shaped who I am today, and it felt fitting
because the record, for the most part, is pretty nostalgic. Songs like
‘Almost,’ ‘That Old Truck’ and especially ‘Center Point Road,’ really
describe who I was as a kid and teenager, and who I’ve become as an

CENTER POINT ROAD mines Thomas Rhett’s
upbringing for inspiration, reaching new heights of exposing truth-life
through songwriting with the star co-writing all 16 tracks on the album
for the first time. In addition to the “buoyant” (Rolling Stone) lead single “Look What God Gave Her,” first introduced on Saturday Night Live,
the album embraces bold unpredictability which is becoming Thomas
Rhett’s signature: hot-blooded R&B meets brassy, shag-carpeted funk,
danceable disco and breezy beachside soul, joining classic balladry,
new school honky-tonk and above all, twangy authenticity.

“On this one, I just got back to why I wanted to make music in the first
place – and that was writing great songs. This is one of those records
that every time I listen back to it, it still feels new,” Thomas Rhett

Thomas Rhett once again stepped into a production role, along with
long-time companions Dann Huff, Jesse Frasure and Julian Bunetta. Like
anyone tracing the contours of their most impactful moments, themes of
friendship and fun are everywhere, with Thomas Rhett inviting some of
his country music pals to guest, noting it only made sense to include
your friends on a record inspired by friendship. Delivering universal
tales of growing up layered with authenticity, Thomas Rhett revels in
taking a look back with CENTER POINT ROAD, and reflects on the path paved to a red-hot career. Take a ride with Thomas Rhett to Center Point Road below.


1. Up 

(Thomas Rhett, Jesse Frasure, Ashley Gorley, Shane McAnally)

2. Don’t Threaten Me With A Good Time featuring Little Big Town

(Thomas Rhett, Karen Fairchild, Jesse Frasure, Ashley Gorley, Ray
Charles McCullough II, Jeremy Reeves, Ray Romulus, Jonathan Yip)

3. Blessed

(Thomas Rhett, Sean Douglas, Joe Spargur)

4. Look What God Gave Her

(Thomas Rhett, Rhett Akins, Julian Bunetta, JKash, Ammar Malik, John Henry Ryan)

5. Center Point Road featuring Kelsea Ballerini

(Thomas Rhett, Jesse Frasure, Amy Wadge, Cleve Wilson)

6. That Old Truck

(Thomas Rhett, Julian Bunetta, Kamron Kimbro, Ryan Tedder)

7. VHS

(Thomas Rhett, Jesse Frasure, Ashley Gorley, Amy Wadge)

8. Notice

(Thomas Rhett, Sean Douglas, Jesse Frasure, Ashley Gorley)

9. Sand

(Thomas Rhett, Jesse Frasure, Michael Hardy)

10. Beer Can’t Fix featuring Jon Pardi

(Thomas Rhett, Julian Bunetta, Zach Skelton, Ryan Tedder)

11. Things You Do For Love

(Thomas Rhett, Jesse Frasure, Ashley Gorley, Luke Laird, Josh Osborne)

12. Remember You Young

(Thomas Rhett, Jesse Frasure, Ashley Gorley)

13. Don’t Stop Drivin’

(Thomas Rhett, Zach Crowell, Ashley Gorley, Josh Miller)

14. Barefoot

(Thomas Rhett, Rhett Akins, Matt Dragstrem, Josh Miller)

15. Dream You Never Had

(Thomas Rhett, Rhett Akins, Jesse Frasure, Ashley Gorley)

16. Almost

(Thomas Rhett, Jesse Frasure, Ashley Gorley, Amy Wadge)

The upcoming album’s lead single “Look What God Gave Her” has
already earned the highest chart debut of Thomas Rhett’s career. CENTER
POINT ROAD is the follow-up to the PLATINUM-certified smash LIFE CHANGES, which spawned a 2018 GRAMMY nomination for Best Country Album and
has been streamed more than one billion times, delivering a slew of
RIAA-certified PLATINUM and GOLD chart-toppers, bringing Thomas Rhett’s
No. One tally to 12. Thomas Rhett was named country radio’s most played
artist of 2018, following a CMA Triple Play award for penning three No.
One songs within a 12-month period (“Die A Happy Man,” “Star of the
Show” and Michael Ray’s “Think A Little Less”), adding to his
collection of trophies from the Country Music Association, Academy of
Country Music, Billboard Music Awards, CMT Music Awards and more. On May
17th in Spokane, WA he will kick off his headlining VERY HOT SUMMER
TOUR, visiting 40 stops across the nation. For more information on new
music and upcoming tour dates, visit


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