The 2014 CMA Fest went out with a bang on Sunday (June 9), the last day of the four-day music festival. It was highlighted by performances from several fan-favorite artists who lit up the stage at LP Field in Nashville.
Brantley Gilbert's Let It Ride tour made its final stop in Denver, Colorado at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre on May 18. Gilbert performed a rockin' show with openers Eric Paslay and Thomas Rhett before he said goodbye to this tour. Taste of Country was on hand to capture photos of Gilbert and Rhett.
Typically, when a headlining artist brings opening acts on a tour, he or she will give their opening acts and end-of-tour gift. We've seen cars, trucks or alcohol given to artists over the years, but this might be the strangest gift I've ever seen.
Thomas Rhett celebrated Mother's Day and a little something else this year. His tune "Give Me Some Of That" went #1 this weekend, and his good pals -- and Luke Bryan -- who wrote the song wanted to congratulate him.
Well, I don't know how many people you've seen at Kissing Bridge or Holiday Valley do this, but Thomas Rhett, Tyler Hubbard of Florida Georgia Line and their buddy Patrick Davis brought their girlfriends for a skiing adventure...
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