New Country Quartet Brings Four-Part Harmony To Thomas Rhett’s ‘Die A Happy Man’

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New Country Quartet Brings Four-Part Harmony To Thomas Rhett’s ‘Die A Happy Man’ | Country Music Videos

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Look out Music City! There’s a new quartet in town and they’re here to play! With the influence of groups like the Oak Ridge Boys, Rascal Flatts and The Statler Brothers, 4th and Main brings a new sound to country music and we think you’re going to love it. 

4th and Main are the brainchild of award-winning producer Wayne Haun who brought together four talented guys from across the country to fill a quartet gap in the country music industry. The group first made waves with their cover of the Alison Krauss/Keith Whitley song “When You Say Nothing At All.” The stripped down performance showed off the group’s flawless harmonies and left us thirsty for more. 

The wait is finally over! 4th and Main has started a weekly release of cover tunes and this week we were treated to Thomas Rhett’s “Die A Happy Man.” What sets this cover apart from others is the quartet’s uncanny ability to bring four-part harmonies to an otherwise solo tune. 

Listen to 4th and Main sing “Die A Happy Man” in the video below. To hear more from country music’s newest quartet, follow their Facebook page by clicking here

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