Rascal Flatts Gets A Little Help From Maxwell the Pig! [Video]


[photogallerylink id=99927 align=right][mp3com-artist]Rascal Flatts[/mp3com-artist] has chosen “Banjo” as the lead single off their upcoming new album (coming in April) and you don’t want to miss this hilarious spoof video, featuring Maxwell the Pig (Geico) that tells in only 3 words (well, a few more if you count the snorts) what they want to convey in this song!

Look familiar? You may have seen Maxwell appearing on Geico commercials – check this out!

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rascal flatts banjo Rascal Flatts Gets A Little Help From Maxwell the Pig! [Video]Jay explains the song is, “a sentiment about getting away from it all, getting away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and sort of breaking out and finding a spot way out in the country and drivin’ and drivin’ and drivin’ until you go so far you start to hear a banjo.” Joe Don feels like the song taps into a bit of a different sound for the band but he loves it and he thinks the fans will too because “it’s got that raw countriness to it that’s just so fun.” And he also thinks once Rascal Flatts starts playing it live the fans will latch onto it. “I think everybody by the first chorus will get it, they’ll be singing along to it and it’s just fun stuff.” “Banjo” officially hits radio on January 17th. (Source: Big Machine Records)

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