Last weekend Thomas Rhett joined Brothers Osborne and Cole Swindell to celebrate the opening of Dierks Bentley's new club in downtown Nashville, Whiskey Row Nashville. The general vibe for the evening was 90's country, and we all know that Thomas Rhett gets his country roots from his dad, Rhett Akins.

Rhett was a country artist in the 90's, but has since found way more fame and fortune by being one of Nashville's most prolific songwriters, with over 30 #1 songs. He's written hits for people like Blake Shelton, Luke Bryan, and Jason Aldean. If you've heard Justin Moore's new song, 'Kinda Don't Care', that is also penned by Rhett.

So, it was completely awesome when Thomas Rhett tore into his dad's signature 1994 tune 'That Ain't My Truck' during the festivities. No doubt it was a song that he's been singing all his life, and he did his dad proud with this version. Check it out below, and sing along, y'all!