Rascal Flatts: One of Country Music’s Succesful Groups

Scoundrel Flatts is a down home music bunch made up of Gary LeVox (lead vocalist), Jay DeMarcus (bassist), and Joe Don Rooney (electric guitarist). After getting a record manage Lyric Street Records, the gathering discharged their first collection, Rascal Flatts, which would move up to the #3 spot on the U.S. down home collections outline. Rascal Flatts 2019 tour schedule

The gathering’s next collection, Melt, would top at #5 on the U.S. collections graphs and #1 on the U.S. down home collections diagrams. Blackguard Flatts, next two collections, Feels Like Today and Me and My Gang, both appeared at #1 on both the U.S. general and blue grass music graphs.

In 2003, the Rascal Flatts would get themselves abdomen somewhere down in contention, coming from their questionable music video for “I Melt”, off of their Melt collection. A few fans protested the music video, which contained brief nakedness of model Christina Auria in some arousing scenes with gathering part, Rooney.

While such a music video would scarcely motivation a mix on MTV or VH1, being displayed on the more moderate CMT and Great American Country music channels, the video unavoidably brought the gathering much reputation. The Melt collection would gather the Rascal Flatts their first No. 1 nation single, “Nowadays”.

In 2005, the gathering played out their hit single Bless the Broken Road live with hopeful Carrie Underwood, on the well known TV program American Idol. That equivalent tune was selected for three Grammy grants including Song of the Year, Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal, and Best Country Song. The gathering would bring home the Grammy grant for Best Country Song.

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