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|Oct 4||Rascal Flatts||The Avalon Ballroom Theatre At Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort Niagara Falls, CAN||Find Tickets|
|Oct 5||Rascal Flatts||The Avalon Ballroom Theatre At Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort Niagara Falls, CAN||Find Tickets|
|Oct 7||Rascal Flatts RHYTHM & ROOTS TOUR 2016||Bryce Jordan Center University Park, Pennsylvania||Find Tickets|
|Oct 8||Rascal Flatts||Santander Arena Reading, Pennsylvania||Find Tickets|
|Oct 18||Grand Ole Opry: Rascal Flatts, Little Big Town & The Del McCoury Band||Grand Ole Opry House Nashville, Tennessee||Find Tickets|
|Nov 9||CBS Radio's Stars and Strings: Jason Aldean, Big & Rich, Randy Houser, Tyler Farr, Chase Rice, Kelsea Ballerini, Dan and Shay, Rascal Flatts & Brantley Gilbert||The Chicago Theatre Chicago, Illinois||Find Tickets|
Since their musical debut in 2000, Rascal Flatts has over 22.5 million albums sold and over 28 million digital downloads and delivered 15 #1 singles to the top of the charts.
Rascal Flatts is the most awarded Country group of the past decade, earning over 40 trophies from the ACAs, ACMs, AMAs, CMAs, People’s Choice Awards and more. As one of the hottest-selling acts on tour in any genre, they’ve sold over 7 million concert tickets, and counting.
The journey began when Jay and Gary, from the Columbus, Ohio, area, and Joe Don, from Picher, Oklahoma, teamed up in a club in Nashville’s Printers Alley. “We knew right away we had something special,” says Jay, “even if we were the only ones who ever got to hear it.”
They weren’t. They quickly earned a record deal and talent, drive, and great song selection did the rest. Their list of hits constitutes one of the great bodies of work in modern country music, with “These Days,” “Bless the Broken Road,” “What Hurts The Most,” “My Wish,” “Take Me There” and “Here Comes Goodbye” as just the tip of an ever-expanding iceberg. Their performances are state-of-the art, house-rocking extravaganzas, sold-out excursions into musical excitement that have included as opening acts some of this generation’s great artists, including Taylor Swift, Blake Shelton and Jason Aldean.
Committed to giving back, they are known for their charitable work, which includes raising three million dollars for the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt in Nashville. It’s something close to all of their hearts.
“To give back when you’re in a position to give seems like a natural thing to do,” says Jay. “It’s our responsibility as three guys who’ve been very blessed.”
As for the accolades, it may be Opry membership that feels best to them at present.
“It’s one of our proudest moments in the world, being part of the Opry family,” says Gary. “We’ve been part of a lot of great things, but this is joining a wonderful family that will live on forever. It’s mind-blowing.”
It’s a fitting tribute to a group that has brought so much to country music and its fans.
Jay, Joe Don and Gary see their latest album as the perfect representation of all the elements that go into the music that has given them so much success.
“Everything is in this big crock pot called Changed,” says Gary with a laugh “It’s got meat, potatoes, vegetables—all of it. It’s fun, it’s poignant, and we think the hard work that went into has really paid off. And we’re very glad to take one more big step down the road.”
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