Rascal Flatts Announce 2019 Summer Playlist Tour Dates

Rascal Flatts Summer Playlist Tour dates

Rascal Flatts’ Gary LeVox, Joe Don Rooney and Jay DeMarcus are hitting the road this summer and they are taking a few of their friends with them. The country trio has announced that they will be launching their headlining tour, called Summer Playlist, on May 16 in Cincinnati, Ohio. The 29-date trek will take the … Read more

Rascal Flatts Will NOT Be Opening Themed Restaurants— “This Project is No Longer Happening” 

Rascal Flatts restaurant closing Cleveland RF Developers

If you were planning to dine out at Rascal Flatts restaurant upon it’s opening, you’ll have to change your plans. Rascal Flatts—Gary LeVox, Joe Don Rooney and Jay DeMarcus—have announced that they will no longer be working with RF developers to open the long-awaited Rascal Flatts eateries in Cleveland and other locations. The trio announced … Read more

Rascal Flatts and Kirk Jay Deliver Exhilarating Performance of “Back to Life” on “The Voice” Finale

Rascal Flatts Kirk Jay Back to Life The Voice finale

With three of the final four contestants on “The Voice’ leaning country, there was no shortage of country acts performing in the finale Tuesday night (Dec. 18). Rascal Flatts was one of many artists that took the stage during the final episode, joining Team Blake’s Kirk Jay on a rousing rendition of their current single, … Read more

Rascal Flatts Covers Classic Hits on Surprise EP “Jukebox”

Rascal Flatts Jukebox

Surprise! The boys of Rascal Flatts—Gary LeVox, Joe Don Rooney and Jay DeMarcus—are taking us back to the ’70s with the release of a brand new EP, Jukebox. Putting their signature harmonies on hits from the past, the four-track offering includes Foreigner’s 1977 rock anthem “Feels Like The First Time,” Hall & Oates’1980 hit “You … Read more

Thomas Rhett, Dierks Bentley, Luke Combs and More Get Jimmy Kimmel’s Mean Tweets Treatment

Dierks Bentley mean tweets Jimmy Kimmel

In honor of the 52nd Annual CMA Awards, which aired on ABC, Jimmy Kimmel pulled out his Mean Tweets segment for just country music. Following country’s biggest night, Jimmy had a group of country artists take the bullet and read a offensive tweets written about them. The popular segment takes on not only country music, … Read more

Blake Shelton Thanks Rascal Flatts for “Absolutely Nothing” During CMT Awards Speech

Blake Shelton CMT Awards

It was another big night for country music when Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena hosted the annual CMT Music Video Awards on June 6, and Blake Shelton came out with the evening’s most coveted award, Video of the Year, for “I’ll Name the Dogs.” But prior to that, Blake also received the trophy for Male Video of … Read more

14-Year-Old Brynn Cartelli’s Stunning Performance of Rascal Flatts’ “Here Comes Goodbye” During “Voice” Knockouts is a Must-Listen

From the second she opened her mouth during her blind audition on “The Voice,” Brynn Cartelli has proved that age is nothing but a number in this competition– and her performance during night 2 of knockouts was nothing short of incredible. The 14-year-old sang Rascal Flatts’ “Here Comes Goodbye” and gave it an entirely unique … Read more

Watch Dan + Shay’s Soul-Baring Performance of “Tequila” On “Ellen”

Dan + Shay perform Tequila on Ellen DeGeneres Show

Dan + Shay’s Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney visited the “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” on Thursday (March 1) to share their new single “Tequila.” Standing in front of a three screens that display images pertaining to the lyrics, Shay commanded attention because of his soul-baring vocals. Co-penned by Dan, Jordan Reynolds and Nicolle Galyon, the … Read more

Rascal Flatts Revs Up Crowd During Pre-Race Show at Daytona 500

Rascal Flatts kicked off their performance at Daytona 500 pre-race show with their 2006 hit “Life is a Highway.” The perfect song to rev up a crowd of approximately 200,000 Nascar fans at the 60th annual Daytona 500 on Sunday (Feb. 18). “It’s probably a highlight of our career. It’s one of the biggest events … Read more

Rascal Flatts’ Gary LeVox Escapes Bus Fire

Rascal Flatts’ Gary LeVox was expecting a typical outing on Saturday morning (Jan. 6), as he headed to Louisiana on a hunting trip with his brother. What he got was atypical. The bus that Gary and his brother, Kevin, were traveling on caught fire. Thankfully, both Gary and Kevin were able to get out of … Read more

Keisha Renee Turned Rascal Flatts’ “What Hurts the Most” Into a Soulful Country-R&B Ballad on “The Voice”

Just when you think you’ve heard Rascal Flatts’ “What Hurts the Most” for the last time in your life, Keisha Renee goes on to sing it during the Top 8 performances on “The Voice” and you think to yourself, “this song sounds good. I remember why it was such a big hit now.” Originally, Mark … Read more

8 Country Music Christmas Videos That Are Pretty Bad

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again– making Christmas music your own is a tough business. However, an even tougher business (apparently) is creating a music video to go with your Christmas music. A few country artists have nailed it over the years, but even more have not.

8 Country Music Christmas Videos That Are Pretty Bad:


1. SHeDAISY

SHeDAISY’s version of “Deck The Halls” has always been pretty cool, but their video for the song features floating heads, magic, a grandmother intrigued by magic, animated Disney Christmas cards and more floating heads.

2. Faith Hill

Hill’s version of “Where Are you Christmas” was originally featured in “How The Grinch Stole Christmas,” which explains a lot of the video, but something that is still unexplainable 17 years later? Her crimped hair.

3. Dolly Parton

Parton’s video for “Smoky Mountain Christmas” would be fine, if she wasn’t sitting in a family’s home as they do all kinds of things. Kind of creepy.

4. Joe Diffie

Nothing says Christmas like dozens of mullets.

5. Rascal Flatts

The first 18 seconds of this video are the most awkward seconds you’ll ever watch.

6. Martina McBride

Martina McBride, the ghost of Christmas past?!

8. The Tractors

Speechless.