The Grammy-nominated American country music singer whose songs were used in the films 'The Do-Over’ (2016), ‘Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip' (2015), and ‘The Best of Me’ (2014).
March 30, 1990
Valdosta, Georgia, United States
Thomas Rhett is notably recognized for his awards, including the Academy of Country Music Awards’ Male Vocalist of the Year (2017) and Male Artist of the Year (2019). He received critical recognition with his multi-awarded song ‘Die a Happy Man’ (2015) that scooped the Academy of Country Music Awards’ Single Record of the Year, Country Music Association Awards’ Song of the Year, and Billboard Music Awards’ Top Country Song all in 2016. He is also known for his several television appearances on ‘The Ranch’ (2017), ’The Voice’ (2018), ‘Saturday Night Live’ (2019), and more.
His legal moniker is Thomas Rhett Akins Jr. He was named after his father, the country music star of the 1990s, Rhett Akins.
Rhett married his longtime friend Lauren Gregory, whom he met in first grade.