There were a lot of performances during Sunday’s ACM Awards. Rascal Flatts performed their latest single, Rewind, during the show in front of the Fan Jam crowd at the Mandalay Bay Events Center.
Rascal Flatts is getting another family memeber! Joe Don Rooney and his wife, Tiffany, are expecting their third child later this summer.
“Payback” is a tongue-in-cheek track that highlights the band’s fun side, as a woman tries to make her boyfriend jealous. “It’s a fun little revenge tune that’s awesome, and I think the girls are going to love that one,” Jay DeMarcus said.
“‘Memphis’ we’re over the moon about,” Jay DeMarcus said. “[It's] by the same guy who wrote “[Bless the] Broken Road,” Marcus Hummon. It’s a big over-the-top ballad.”
Rascal Flatts’ latest single, “Rewind,” is about rewinding the great memories of a night with someone special. These days with DVD’s, CD’s and digital music, the whole concept of rewinding anything is somewhat obsolete, but Gary, Jay and Joe Don still remember some of the cassettes and videos they used to rewind over and over again when they were younger. Anyone in their mid-30′s or older can probably relate to this…
The Academy of Country Music has announced today a list of winners that will not be televised during the 49th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards. Carrie Underwood, Toby Keith, and Rascal Flatts are among those […]
Additional performers have been announced for the two-day pre-ACM Awards event in Las Vegas. Rascal Flatts and Keith Urban are the previously announced headliners.
The film “Heaven Is for Real” is based on the best-selling book of the same, which left at least one Flatts bandmember bawling “like a baby.”
The guys in Rascal Flatts remember the time they first heard their debut single ‘Prayin’ for Daylight’ on the radio. It was during a ‘Smash or Trash’ radio call-in feature. So … what was the verdict?
“I was the first one to hear it in a song pitch meeting in Nashville,” Jay DeMarcus told Radio.com. “When I heard it, it just jumped out of the speakers. The chorus was so catchy and hooky.”