“I can’t describe how much we are looking forward to the tour this summer,” lead singer Gary Levox says.
“It’s so funny, our little running joke is I read for the role of Deacon and my buddy Chip got it. So I always like telling that he stole my gig,” DeMarcus joked.
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From playing a round of 18 holes on the green to catching a flick at the local theater, the country trio find such comfort and joy in just taking it easy.
The late songwriter’s father and brother were also in attendance.
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Hitting their 17th career No. 1 this past week with their current single, “Yours If You Want It,” the trio continue to feel flattered over the attention and airplay they receive throughout their time in country music.
“Everything just organically fell into place, really just the way God had it handed to us,” said the band’s Gary LeVox.
The country trio stopped by the popular morning talk show for their Citi Concert Series to promote their recently released tunes as well as perform some of their fan favorites on the Rockefeller Plaza in New York.
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The Waiting for Wishes dinner supports Make-A-Wish Middle Tennessee and the Kevin Carter Foundation.
“I think we’ve always felt like as a band that if we were blessed enough to be in a position to pay it forward and to give it back and bless somebody else that it was just your responsibility,” said band member Jay DeMarcus.
From recording studio parties to eating all of the finger foods in sight, country stars tuned in and turned up for the biggest football game of the season.
“We all felt like ‘Yours If You Want It’ was the perfect way to introduce our fans and radio to the new music we’ve been making,” said Jay DeMarcus.
“It’s really neat to be able to see Christmas through their eyes,” Rooney says of he and Tiffany Fallon’s three children. “It’s the best gift we have is to see how excited and happy they are.”
From taking the kids door-to-door for a little evening trick-or-treat adventure or dressing up to enjoy the night with friends, many country stars got in the ghoulish spirit of All Hallow’s Eve to celebrate ghosts and goblins and everything scary.
Whether they be planning the perfect costume or consuming way too many fun-sized candies, country artists are just like us when it comes to their favorite things about Halloween.
The country band has mad love for the enthusiasm that their special guests Kelsea Ballerini and Chris Lane had every night while out on tour together.