What Happened To Rascal Flatts?

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American country music group Rascal Flatts was established in Nashville, Tennessee, in 1999. Gary LeVox provided lead vocals, Jay DeMarcus provided background vocals and bass guitar, and Joe Don Rooney provided lead guitar and background vocals.

DeMarcus was formerly a member of the contemporary Christian music group East to West. He is LeVox’s second cousin and the brother-in-law of country music singer James Otto. Both LeVox and DeMarcus are from Columbus, Ohio.

They recorded for the former Lyric Street Records part of Disney Music Group from 2000 to 2010.They put out six studio albums on that label, all of which have received platinum or higher certification from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

The band’s self-titled debut Rascal Flatts was published in 2000, and their first number-one song “These Days” came from Melt (2002).

What Happened To Rascal Flatts?

LeVox reported in October that the band had formally chosen to split up, mentioning Rooney’s departure from the group.

LeVox further disclosed that the band quietly split following the postponement of their farewell tour and that he had not spoken to Rooney since his DUI arrest on September 10.

Source: Vimbuzz.com

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