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Flatts Have Changed

Posted on 20 January 2012 by editor

Rascal Flatts Changed

Rascal Flatts are set to release a new album on their still new relationship with Big Machine Records.

The new project will feature the lead single “Banjo” already a hit at country radio.
The new album will be titled “Changed” and is set for an April 3rd release.  It is the follow up to Nothing Like This by Rascal Flatts.

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Justin Beiber with Rascal Flatts And Toby Tequila Podcast

Posted on 26 February 2011 by Bill West

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Country Thunder Schedule Set For 2011

Posted on 19 November 2010 by Bill West

Lady Antebellum

The country mega concert in Twin Lakes  Wisconsin – Country Thunder – one of country music’s premiere festival events is back with a bang, bringing some of today’s hottest artists out for the 2011 line-up.   Kicking off the festival on Thursday, is 2010 CMA “Vocal Group of the Year” Lady Antebellum, who is sure to get the crowd going with their 2010 CMA Single of the Year, “Need You Now“. Newly crowned CMA “New Artist of the Year” Zac Brown Band won’t want to be missed on Friday as they takes over the stage to perform their numerous #1 hits. Bringing her beauty and talented vocal skill, 4 time CMA “Female Vocalist of the Year” Martina McBride hits the stage on Saturday night. Last but absolutely not the least country music’s most awarded group of the decade, Rascal Flatts, will close out the festival ending 4-days of a musical extravaganza. Country Thunder guarantees to bring just what fans deserve, a festival experience like no other!

Taking place July 21-24, 2011, music fans can cowboy-up for a full 4-day general admission pass for the sweet price of only $99.00. That’s less than a hundred bucks for four hot headliners and a full weekend of amazing country music. VIP and sponsorship packages are also available with added perks including hospitality tent access, preferred parking, and premium concert seating.

For the thousands of new and returning fans of Country Thunder, several tent and campsite options are available, offering primitive rugged to rustic and modern amenities. Check out our new website for all the information!

The announced line-up includes:

Thursday, July 21st
Music begins at 5:30 pm
Lady Antebellum

Friday, July 22nd
Music begins at 1:00 pm
Zac Brown Band

Saturday, July 23rd
Music begins at 1:00 pm
Martina McBride

Sunday, July 24th
Music begins at 1:00 pm
Rascal Flatts

More artists will be announced in the coming weeks.

Tickets and additional information available online: www.countrythunder.com
Media wishing credentials will be required to get clearance through Country Thunder’s Publicity reps in Nashville, Tennessee.

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Nothing Like This From Rascal Flatts

Posted on 08 August 2010 by editor

Rascal Flatts Unsoppable

Rascal Flatts continues a dominance in modern country music as they announce a new deal to join Big Machine Records.   With the news comes a new single called “Why Wait” and the following fun facts:

- Rascal Flatts will release their 7th album “Nothing Like This” on November 16th
– The debut single “Why Wait” is currently #34 BB and #46 MB on the radio charts
– “Unstoppable” the 6th CD is currently #29 on the Top 75 Country Albums Chart with over 1,249,000 units sold to date
– To date Rascal Flatts has sold over 17.74 million digital singles and more than 19.85 million albums in the U.S. alone
– Rascal Flatts have scored 11 #1 singles and have more titles in the 100 Songs of the Decade than any other group in the format
– Rascal Flatts has been awarded nearly 40 trophies from the ACMs, AMAs, Country Music Association, People’s Choice Awards and more
– The band is currently out on their headline “Nothing Like This” tour


Rascal Flatts: One of Country Music’s Succesful Groups

By J Kim

Rascal Flatts is a country music group made up of Gary LeVox (lead vocalist), Jay DeMarcus (bassist), and Joe Don Rooney (electric guitarist). Upon getting a record deal with Lyric Street Records, the group released their first album, Rascal Flatts, which would climb up to the #3 spot on the U.S. country albums chart.

The group’s next album, Melt, would peak at #5 on the U.S. albums charts and #1 on the U.S. country albums charts. Rascal Flatts, next two albums, Feels Like Today and Me and My Gang, both debuted at #1 on both the U.S. general and country music charts.

In 2003, the Rascal Flatts would find themselves waist deep in controversy, stemming from their controversial music video for “I Melt”, off of their Melt album. Some fans objected to the music video, which contained brief nudity of model Christina Auria in some sensual scenes with group member, Rooney.

While such a music video would hardly cause a stir on MTV or VH1, being showcased on the more conservative CMT and Great American Country music channels, the video inevitably brought the group much notoriety. The Melt album would garner the Rascal Flatts their first No. 1 country single, “These Days”.

In 2005, the group performed their hit single Bless the Broken Road live with contestant Carrie Underwood, on the popular television program American Idol. That same song was nominated for three Grammy awards including Song of the Year, Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal, and Best Country Song. The group would take home the Grammy award for Best Country Song.


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Here Comes Goodbye Video

Posted on 12 March 2009 by Bill West


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