ACM Awards

Thomas Rhett’s The Top ACM Winner

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Academy of Country Music


Wins Include Male Vocalist of the Year and Song of the Year as Both an Artist and Songwriter

“Epic” Performance of “Craving You” Marks the New Single’s Television Debut

Thomas Rhett was the top winner at last night’s 52nd Academy Of Country Music Awards, earning the honors of Male Vocalist of the Year and Song of the Year for his 3X PLATINUM, six-week chart-topping song “Die A Happy Man.”

“I don’t have a whole lot of words,” said Thomas Rhett.I didn’t think there was any way they were really calling my name either time. Especially for Male Vocalist – everyone in that category shaped the artist that I am. It is the most amazing award that I’ve ever received in my whole existence.”

The ACMs aired live from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, where Thomas Rhett gave an “epic” (Hollywood Life) performance of his brand new single “Craving You” along with Maren Morris. Billboard called the duet “one of the night’s highlights” while Rolling Stone said the two “proved to be an addictive pairing.” The track is the lead single from Rhett’s upcoming third studio album, following his PLATINUM certified sophomore album TANGLED UP DELUXE (The Valory Music Co.).

While delighting fans with a taste of new music throughout sold-out stops on his 2017 HOME TEAM TOUR, Thomas Rhett continues to usher in capacity crowds with “one of the best Country concerts of the year” (Peoria Journal Star). Joined by Kelsea Ballerini, Russell Dickerson and Ryan Hurd, multiple sellouts have already prompted the addition of more shows. For more information about new music and for a full list of upcoming tour dates, visit

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