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.
A number of country stars sat down to take on the hard-hitting questions that self-proclaimed country music haters sent in to reveal the truth about the genre.
Three cheers for the red, white and blue!
Rascal Flatts crashed a Wisconsin wedding to perform “Bless the Broken Road” for the happy couple’s first dance.
Rascal Flatts cruised through their set after kicking things off with “Fast Cars and Freedom.”
As a fan of the country trio for most of her life, Alaina never felt more honored–or nervous–as she did when she laid down some vocals on one of their most recent album cuts.
With jazzy hits from Lady Antebellum and Jake Owen to the pop fusions of Shania Twain and Kelsea Ballerini, the Songs of Summer 2017 playlist will rock any festivity you host and get your guests to feel the good vibes ahead.
All country music fans interested in hitting the streets of downtown Nashville to kick off the summer of 2018 in style can do so from June 7-10, 2018.
Dan + Shay, Darius Rucker, Drake White, Martina McBride, Rascal Flatts and Sara Evans will come on board to channel their inner vintage souls as they jam alongside the GRAMMY-winning group.
Chiming in back and forth with lead singer Gary LeVox, Brown molded her voice together with his for a lighthearted rendition of the upbeat hit.
“Everything just organically fell into place, really just the way God had it handed to us,” said the band’s Gary LeVox.
“Can’t find the right words, just sadness. Prayers are with Manchester,” wrote Brad Paisley, with many others echoing his sentiment.
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.
Taking their talents to Sin City for a handful or two of dates to be performed at the Strip’s famous Venetian Theatre, the country trio will plow through their hits and some of their latest tracks for fans to get in the groove with.
After 17 years together, superstar trio Rascal Flatts continue to prove their staying power with their 1th studio album, Back to Us.
Keeping in line with the Night to Shine event, the band invited participants from the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities to help with background vocals.
The Waiting for Wishes dinner supports Make-A-Wish Middle Tennessee and the Kevin Carter Foundation.
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“We love you ACMs and country fans, you give us life, we love you,” Karen Fairchild said from the stage.