Thomas Rhett was on hand this weekend (March 10) as a performer for Peyton Manning’s Celebration of Caring Gala. The event, hosted by Peyton, raises money for the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St. Vincent.
While TR was treating the crowd to some of his No. 1 hits, he asked Peyton to join him on stage. Peyton joined Georgia native for a duet of Rhett Akins’ “That Ain’t My Truck.” Yes, Rhett Akins is TR’s father. The elder Akins recorded the song, which became a No. 3 hit, in 1995. It was the third single from Rhett’s debut album, A Thousand Memories.
The two buddies belted out the tune, much to the audiences delight. However, it didn’t stop there. According to the indystar.com, The former Denver Broncos quarterback also stuck around on stage to sing a solo version of Johnny Cash’s “Folsom Prison Blues.”
It’s not the first time Peyton has hit the stage for a performance. At previous “Celebration of Caring” events, he also took the stage with country artists Luke Bryan, Jake Owen, Dierks Bentley and Cole Swindell.