What do you get when you combine some of the best voices in country music? Rascal Flatts’ summer tour. The famed vocal trio kept their summer tradition of touring alive this year and brought Dan + Shay and Carly Pearce along for the ride. The Flatts proved that even without a new album to promote,… Read more »
A few weeks after releasing their first ever Christmas album, Rascal Flatts made their way up to New York City for a special One Night Only performance. Presented by Budweiser, the band brought the holiday spirit early by performing select songs from The Greatest Gift Of All and of course their many, many hits. The Flatts… Read more »
Rascal Flatts are a staple of summer and their annual summer tour did not disappoint. It’s easy to forget just how many hits the band has until you hear them all one after the other, which fans who attended the Rhythm & Roots Tour experienced firsthand. From their latest “I Like The Sound of That”… Read more »
The 45th annual CMA Music Festival was its biggest year yet, toting an impressive 88,500 fans a day. The nightly shows at Nissan Stadium showcased the biggest names in country music, whereas the free, daytime stages paved the way for upcoming artists to show off their songs. But country artists were not the only ones… Read more »
Since 1972, CMA Fest has continued to get bigger and bigger. This year, the festival set a new record – drawing over 87,000 fans a day to the four day event. More than 500 artists performed on 11 different stages – seven of which were free. Every artist performing donated their time for free and… Read more »
It’s not summer until Rascal Flatts is back on tour – and thankfully they are. The esteemed country band stopped at the PNC Bank Arts Center this past Sunday and performed for a sold out crowd with the aide of Sheryl Crow and Gloriana. The band played songs off their new record, Rewind, as well as… Read more »
Last night (June 15), Rascal Flatts filled the Comcast Theatre in Hartford, Conn. with an impressive 30,000 people. The rambunctious crowd danced and sang along to a near-two hour set from the Country group and gave a standing ovation when the band dedicated their hit song “Stand” to Boston. Opening up for the trio was… Read more »
Despite the in-and-out rain, the Susquehanna Bank Art Center was packed all the way back to the lawns when Rascal Flatts took the stage. Opening up for the country legends were Little Big Town, Eli Young Band and Edens Edge. Check out some photos from the concert!