Thomas Rhett loves watching the crowd reaction when he plays one of their favorite songs in his concerts. And sure enough, during his recent show at San Manuel Amphitheatre, as soon as he played the first few notes of “Die a Happy Man,” the excitement of the audience was undeniable. And according to Thomas….that’s not unusual.
“My favorite thing to watch is when we play a song like ‘Die a Happy Man,’ which is such a romantic, slow-dancey kind of jam, and I love seeing big, burly, bearded dudes just screaming the words,” he confesses in audio provided by the Big Machine Label Group. “That’s been something that has been blowing my mind, especially since the song came out and did what it did.
“Just that first guitar lick when it comes up, I’ve never seen a crowd erupt like that, so that one’s really special for us.”