Thomas Rhett has the day off for Labor Day (Monday, September 3rd), but a few years ago that might not have been the case. Although he attended college for a couple of years, his jobs had nothing to do with music. He tells us more: “I don’t really know what I’d be doing if I wasn’t doing this because I feel like when I was 16 I went and worked on a farm. When I was 18 to about 21 I was laying hardwood floors with my uncle in Nashville and then I went to college and I was doing that through college. But I did major in communications and I feel like whatever I learned, I feel like is being translated to a crowd, rather than to a conference room.” . He and Charlie teamed up for a version of Thomas' chart-topping hit “Die a Happy Man.” This wasn't their first pairing — Thomas and Charlie got together earlier this year to write some new music. Charlie also co-wrote Thomas' Tangled Up album cut “I Feel Good.”

Source: Pulse of Radio