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UnCategorized Rascal Flatts’ founding was at Fiddle and Steel Guitar Bar in Nashville, Tennessee. Gary LeVox and Jay DeMarcus are second cousins from a musical family. (DeMarcus’s brother-in-law, James Otto, is also a country music artist.) DeMarcus moved to Nashville in 1992, earning his first record deal as part of a Christian group called East to West. In 1997, he finally convinced LeVox to leave his job and pursue a career in music. DeMarcus soon joined Chely Wright’s band, and there he met Joe Don Rooney. DeMarcus and LeVox were working in a Printer’s Alley nightclub, and when their part-time guitarist could not make it one night, DeMarcus invited Rooney to sit in. The crowd’s reaction was a positive one, and many asked the trio what their band’s name was. They told the crowd that they did not have a name, and according to Gary, a man approached them and told the trio that he had a garage band when he was younger, named Rascal Flatts. The trio liked the name, and began performing together. Producers Mark Bright and Marty Williams played Lyric Street Records A&R Doug Howard a three-song demo and Howard thought they were "just incredible". After he’d heard the demos, the band went into the Lyric Street offices the next day, sat down with acoustic guitars and played a couple of songs. According to Howard in an interview with HitQuarters: "The vocals and harmonies, it was all there – I was just blown away. The lead singer has such a unique and .pelling voice."The band were signed to Lyric Street Records in late 1999. Rascal Flatts released their first Greatest Hits CD, Greatest Hits Volume 1 on October 28, 2008. The album contains 13 of their biggest songs, starting with "Prayin’ for Daylight" and going through "Life Is a Highway". The limited edition of the album contains a second disc with three Christmas songs: "White Christmas", "Jingle Bell Rock", and "I’ll Be Home for Christmas". A year later in October 2009, they released a second edition of their greatest hits collection, this time with a second disc containing live performances of "Take Me There", "Summer Nights", "Me & My Gang", and "Winner at a Losing Game". Rascal Flatts released the first single "Here .es Goodbye" from their album, Unstoppable, to radio on January 20, and the album was released on April 7, 2009. The song was co-written by American Idol season 6 finalist Chris Sligh. The second single, "Summer Nights", co-written by Gary LeVox, was released in early May 2009 debuting at 57 and topped out at #2 on the country charts. The group performed Summer Nights at the CMT Music Awards, Oprah’s Kickoff Party, and the finale of America’s Got Talent. The third single off the album, "Why", peaked at 18 on the country charts. Rascal Flatts performed "Why" on The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien. The band released their fourth single, "Unstoppable", in January 2010. A special release version of their album Unstoppable is available at JCPenney stores nationwide. It features a special release song entitled "American Living" only available on the albums sold at JCPenney stores. JCPenney is an official sponsor of Rascal Flatts’ Unstoppable American Living Tour in an two-year partnership and $1 of every CD sold at JCPenney will be donated to the JCPenney Afterschool Fund. On July 16, 2009, as part of the JCPenney American Living Tour, Rascal Flatts made history as the first country music group to play Chicago’s Wrigley Field. The trio was joined by fellow artists, Vince Gill and Darius Rucker for a near-sellout crowd.After the closure of Lyric Street in April 2010, Rascal Flatts signed to Big Machine Records in July of the same year. The group’s first release for the label was "Why Wait". Their next album Nothing Like This was released November 16. In December 2010, this song became the trio’s eleventh number-one single on the country music charts. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: