By Anthony Donatelli

If you weren’t in love with Thomas Rhett before, you undoubtedly are now.

Sunday night (8/14) at the San Manuel Amphitheater, Rhett was sandwiched in between the shows opening act, A Thousand Horses and headliner, Jason Aldean, at K-Frog’s big show of the summer.

The Nashville, Tennessee native showed Southern California his many talents from belting out lyrics to drum battling his own drummer and even busting a few dance moves on stage.

Rhett played many crowd favorites like “Make Me Wanna,” “It Goes Like This,” and “Crash and Burn.” He even had some fun by covering DNCE’s “Cake By the Ocean” and Bruno Mars’ “Uptown Funk.”

Related: Jason Aldean Brings a Lot More Summertime to San Manuel Amphitheatre [Setlist]

But the two songs that had concert goers completely overwhelmed were off of his latest album, Tangled Up.

First, the young love, pop ballad “T-Shirt” had thousands of people up out of their seats singing at the top of their lungs and dancing like nobody was watching. Following that was “Die A Happy Man,” a song that he wrote for his wife Lauren and the 2016 ACM “Song of the Year,” brought couples together for a sea of slow dances throughout the amphitheater.

During his set, Rhett had mentioned that the last time he was at San Manuel Amphitheater was four years ago when he opened for Toby Keith. Let’s hope Rhett doesn’t make it another four before he comes back again!


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