Rascal Flatts is an American country music group formed in Columbus, Ohio, in 1999. Its members are lead vocalist Gary LeVox, his second cousin Jay DeMarcus on bass guitar, and Joe Don Rooney on guitar and banjo. DeMarcus is also a brother-in-law of country music singer James Otto, and formerly one-half of the Christian music duo East to West.
From 2000 to 2010, they recorded for Disney Music Group's Lyric Street Records. While on that label, they released six studio albums, all of which have been certified platinum or higher by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). In order of release, they are Rascal Flatts (2000), Melt (2002), Feels Like Today (2004), Me and My Gang (2006), Still Feels Good (2007), and Unstoppable (2009). After Lyric Street closed in 2010, they moved to Big Machine Records, for which they have released five studio albums and one Christmas album: Nothing Like This (2010), Changed (2012), Rewind (2014), The Greatest Gift of All (2016), and their final studio album, Back to Us (2017).
Their studio albums have accounted for more than twenty-five singles, of which fourteen have reached No. 1 on Billboard Hot Country Songs or Country Airplay. Their longest-lasting No. 1 single, a cover of Marcus Hummon's "Bless the Broken Road", spent five weeks in that position in 2005. In 2005–06, "What Hurts the Most" was No. 1 on both the Hot Country Songs and Adult Contemporary charts, and peaked at No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100.
On January 7, 2020, the band announced that they would be disbanding following a farewell tour after 21 years together. On May 19, 2020, the farewell tour was cancelled due to COVID-19.


Rascal Flatts' founding was at Fiddle and Steel Guitar Bar in Nashville, Tennessee. Gary LeVox and Jay DeMarcus are second cousins from a musical family. DeMarcus moved to Nashville in 1992, earning his first record deal as part of a Christian group called East to West; his brother-in-law, James Otto, is also a country music singer. In 1997, DeMarcus called LeVox, and convinced him to come to Nashville and provide some harmonies on Michael English's album Gospel, which he was producing. They engineered the album together, and became English's back-up band.At the same time, DeMarcus had become the bandleader of Chely Wright's band, where he met Joe Don Rooney, the guitarist in that band. DeMarcus and LeVox were working in a Printer's Alley nightclub and when their part-time guitarist could not make it one night, DeMarcus invited Rooney to join them. Jim Riley was the drummer and bandleader for the band. The group covered the hit Shenandoah single "The Church on Cumberland Road" that night. To the group's recollection, a bond was formed instantly.
Singer Mila Mason recommended the group to record producers Mark Bright and Marty Williams, who played Lyric Street Records A&R Doug Howard a three-song demo and Howard thought they were "just incredible." After he'd heard the demos, the band went into the Lyric Street offices the next day, sat down with acoustic guitars, and played a couple of songs. According to Howard in an interview with HitQuarters: "The vocals and harmonies, it was all there—I was just blown away. The lead singer has such a unique and compelling voice." The band was signed to Lyric Street in late 1999.


2000–2005: Rascal Flatts, Melt, and Feels Like Today

In early 2000, the group made its debut with the single "Prayin' for Daylight". This song had been on the three-song demo that had gotten the band signed. The song, which reached No. 3 on the Billboard country charts, was the first single from their self-titled debut, which was issued in early 2000 on Lyric Street. Following "Prayin' for Daylight", the album's other three singles all made the Top 10 on that chart with "This Everyday Love", "While You Loved Me", and "I'm Movin' On", which respectively peaked at numbers 9, 7, and 4. "I'm Movin' On" was awarded Song of the Year by the Academy of Country Music in 2002. Stephen Thomas Erlewine reviewed the album with favor, calling it "a sunny, pleasing modern country-pop album".Their second album, entitled Melt, was released in 2002. Unlike their previous album, Rascal Flatts co-produced this one. The album's first single, "These Days", became the band's first number one hit on the U.S. country charts. The album included two more Top 10 hits with "Love You Out Loud" "I Melt", and "Mayberry". The latter became the band's second number one. The music video for "I Melt" featured partial nudity and was banned from the Great American Country (GAC) network.
Rascal Flatts's third album, Feels Like Today, was released in late 2004. The album's title track was released as its first single. Following it was "Bless the Broken Road". That song was originally recorded by its co-writer, Marcus Hummon, and had also been recorded by Melodie Crittenden (whose version made the country chart in 1998), the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, and Sons of the Desert. In early 2005, Rascal Flatts's version became the band's third number one hit on the U.S. country charts and spent five weeks at that position. The third single, "Fast Cars and Freedom", hit number one as well. While the latter was climbing the charts, some radio stations began playing a hidden track on the album, titled "Skin". This airplay caused "Skin" to enter the top 40. The song was released as a single under the title "Skin (Sarabeth)" and officially added to the album's track list.

2005–2007: Me and My Gang and Still Feels Good

Rascal Flatts's thirteenth chart entry, "What Hurts the Most", was released in December 2005. This song had previously been recorded by Mark Wills in 2003. Rascal Flatts' version of that song was released as the first single from their fourth album Me and My Gang, which was released in 2006. For this album, the band worked with producer Dann Huff. They switched producers to create a more band-oriented album. Rascal Flatts' rendition of "What Hurts the Most" was a crossover hit for the band, reaching No. 1 on both the country and adult contemporary charts, as well as peaking with the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100. After it, the album's title track was released as the second single and charted in the Top 10 at number 6. The third and fourth singles, "My Wish" and "Stand", both reached number one.
Also in 2006, the group charted in the top 10 of the Hot 100 with a cover of Tom Cochrane's "Life Is a Highway", which they recorded for the Pixar film Cars. Although "Life Is a Highway" was not released to country radio, several country stations did begin playing the song, causing it to chart within the top 20 of Hot Country Songs.
Me and My Gang had the highest US debut of 2006, with 722,000 units in April. The album spent 15 weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and was the second-best selling album of 2006 (behind High School Musical), with sales totaling to about 3.5 million by year's end. The album's success led the band to take the spot of top-selling artist for all genres of music, which had not been accomplished in 15 years by a country group.Carrie Underwood and Rascal Flatts performed together at the 2007 Grammy Awards ceremony. Later the same year, the group released the single "Take Me There", a song which Kenny Chesney co-wrote and had initially planned to record himself. That song became a number-one country hit in September and served as the first single from the album Still Feels Good. It was followed by "Winner at a Losing Game", which was the first single which the band wrote themselves. Both it and its followup "Every Day" peaked at No. 2 on the country charts. The fourth single from the album, "Bob That Head", became the band's first single to miss the Top 10 on the chart. The fifth and final single, "Here", was released in August 2008 and became the band's ninth Number One hit on the chart week of January 3, 2009.

2008–2010: Greatest Hits Volume 1 and Unstoppable

Rascal Flatts released their first compilation album, Greatest Hits Volume 1, on October 28, 2008. The album contains 13 of their biggest songs, starting with "Prayin' for Daylight" and going through "Life Is a Highway". The limited edition of the album contains a second disc with three Christmas songs: "White Christmas", "Jingle Bell Rock", and "I'll Be Home for Christmas". A year later in October 2009, they released a second edition of their greatest hits collection, this time with a second disc containing live performances of "Take Me There", "Summer Nights", "Me & My Gang", and "Winner at a Losing Game".
In January 2009, Rascal Flatts released the song "Here Comes Goodbye" as the first single from the album Unstoppable, which was released on April 7 of that year. Co-written by American Idol season six finalist Chris Sligh, "Here Comes Goodbye" became the group's tenth number one hit. The second single form the Unstoppable album, "Summer Nights", which was co-written by Gary LeVox, was released in early May 2009. That song debuted at No. 57 and topped out at No. 2 on the country charts. The group performed "Summer Nights" at the CMT Music Awards, Oprah's Kickoff Party, and the finale of America's Got Talent. The third single off the album, "Why", peaked at No. 18 on the country charts. Rascal Flatts performed that song on The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien. The title track was released as the album's fourth single in January 2010.
A special release version of their album Unstoppable was sold at JCPenney stores nationwide. It features a special release song entitled "American Living" only available on the albums sold at JCPenney stores. JCPenney is an official sponsor of Rascal Flatts' Unstoppable American Living Tour in a two-year partnership and $1 of every CD sold at JCPenney will be donated to the JCPenney Afterschool Fund. On July 16, 2009, as part of the JCPenney American Living Tour, Rascal Flatts made history as the first country music group to play Chicago's Wrigley Field. The trio was joined by fellow artists Vince Gill and Darius Rucker for a near-sellout crowd.

2010–2011: Nothing Like This and The Best of Rascal Flatts Live

After the closure of Lyric Street in April 2010, Rascal Flatts signed to Big Machine Records in July of that year. The group's first single from the label was the song "Why Wait". The song was the first single from the album Nothing Like This, which was released November 16, 2010. In December 2010, "Why Wait" became the trio's eleventh number one hit on the U.S. country charts.
In March 2011, Rascal Flatts was featured on a remix of Justin Bieber's song "That Should Be Me". The second single from Nothing Like This was "I Won't Let Go". That song went to number 2 in early 2011. Following it was the band's first collaborative release to country radio, "Easy", which is a duet with British pop singer Natasha Bedingfield. "I Won't Let Go", and "Easy" peaked at numbers 2 and 3 respectively on the country charts. On November 8, 2011, Hollywood Records released The Best of Rascal Flatts Live.

2012–2013: Changed

Rascal Flatts' eighth studio album, Changed, was released on April 3, 2012. It was produced by Dann Huff and Rascal Flatts. The first single from that album, "Banjo", became their twelfth number one on the country charts. The second single off the album, "Come Wake Me Up", reached the top five on the Country Airplay chart. The third single from the album is the title track.
Band member Jay DeMarcus and his wife, CMT Insider correspondent Allison Alderson DeMarcus, welcomed the arrival of their second child, Dylan Jay DeMarcus, on July 20 in Nashville.Rascal Flatts received the 2,480th star in the category of recording of the Hollywood Walk of Fame on September 17, 2012. The star is located in front of the Sergeant Supply Store at 6664 Hollywood Boulevard. They became the second country artist with Oklahoma ties to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame that month after Vince Gill received his star the previous week.On November 19, Rascal Flatts released their second DVD, All Access & Uncovered: The Making of Changed and Beyond, inviting the public into their inner circle. The DVD project reveals a more intimate side of Gary LeVox, Joe Don Rooney and Jay DeMarcus' lives during the making of their Changed album and more. The project made a one-night-only debut in movie theaters across the country in conjunction with the album release earlier that year, with the band celebrating with fans at the AMC Theater in New York City's Times Square.On November 20, the band made a guest appearance on NBC's The Voice to promote their new DVD. They performed "Changed" with Cody Belew and Cassadee Pope, contestants from the show.
In 2012, Rascal Flatts announced they will get into the restaurant business. Rascal Flatts Restaurant Group was formed by Philip Lama, CEO and Eric Soe, President, who partnered with Rascal Flatts to create and develop themed restaurants throughout the U.S. and Canada. They call it the Rascal Flatts American Bar & Grill. The first location is at 5455 E. High Street in Phoenix, Arizona. Additional locations will be opened in 2013 and 2014.In December 2012, Rascal Flatts and Nashville actress Hayden Panettiere hosted the third annual 2012 CMT Artists of the Year to honor the top country acts of the year. Rascal Flatts also hosted The 14th Annual A Home for the Holidays with Rascal Flatts. The show earned a 4.91(million) rating.Lionheart Music Group, a Swedish independent company within the Universal Music Group, announced they will release Rascal Flatts' album, Changed, on January 2, 2013, in Sweden. Earlier, Rascal Flatts re-recorded their hit "Come Wake Me Up" with Swedish country/pop female singer, Jill Johnson, who is also under Lionheart Music Group, as a duet version on Johnson's new album, A Woman Can Change Her Mind. The duet version was also released as a digital download internationally on November 16, 2012. The record label also released their former album, Nothing Like This, on January 23, 2013.Rascal Flatts and Journey headlined the Super Bowl XLVII CMT Crossroads concert at the New Orleans Sugar Mill on February 2, 2013. This marked the second collaboration for Rascal Flatts and Journey. In June 2012, Rascal Flatts closed the CMT Music Awards by inviting Journey to perform their hit "Don't Stop Believin'" with them on stage.Rascal Flatts was nominated for International Artist of the Year and International Music Video of the Year (for "Banjo" and "Come Wake Me Up") at the 2013 CMC Music Awards.

2013–2016: Rewind and The Greatest Gift of All

On April 8, 2013, Jay DeMarcus tweeted that Rascal Flatts was working on a new album The lead single, "Rewind", was issued in January 2014 from the album of the same name, which was released on May 13, 2014. The band admitted they were lip-syncing to a recording of their song "Rewind" during Academy of Country Music (ACM) awards show on April 6, 2014. In response to the controversy, Rascal Flatts communicated afterwards that lead singer Gary LeVox had lost his voice and so they made a last-minute decision to lip-sync. "Rewind" became a Top 5 hit on the Country Airplay chart in 2014. Rewind has produced three more singles with "Payback", which peaked at 21, "Riot", which reached 20, and "I Like the Sound of That", which was released to country radio on September 14, 2015. The latter song, co-written by Shay Mooney of Dan + Shay and pop musician Meghan Trainor, reached number 1 on the Country Airplay chart in April 2016. That year, Rascal Flatts were selected as one of 30 artists to perform on "Forever Country", a mash-up track of Take Me Home, Country Roads, On the Road Again and I Will Always Love You which celebrates 50 years of the CMA Awards. The band released a Christmas album entitled The Greatest Gift of All in October 2016.

2017–present: Back to Us, cancelled farewell tour and How They Remember You EP

On January 5, 2017, Rascal Flatts released a new single entitled "Yours If You Want It" to country radio. The track served as the lead single from their tenth studio album Back to Us, which was released on May 19. It topped the Billboard Country Airplay chart. The title track was released as the second single. On September 28, 2018, Rascal Flatts released a new single titled "Back to Life". Rascal Flatts embarked on their Summer Playlist tour in summer 2019.
On January 7, 2020, Rascal Flatts appeared on CBS This Morning to announce their farewell tour, "Rascal Flatts: Life Is a Highway Tour" to celebrate their twentieth anniversary. They also promised new music.On February 25, 2020, Gary LeVox posted on Instagram that the band was working on a new album.On May 1, 2020, the band released a cover "Through the Years" as a tribute to the late Kenny Rogers.On May 19, 2020, the group announced on social media that their farewell tour had been cancelled amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
The band released a new single entitled "How They Remember You" on June 19. It is set to appear on an EP of the same name, due out on July 31.

Philanthropy and impact

Rascal Flatts helped support music education in disadvantaged U.S. public schools by filming a PSA with Little Kids Rock. Through their encouragement for music education, giving the gift of "music" is possible in children's lives.The band supports charities such as the Make A Wish Foundation. They helped raise one million dollars for the Central Ohio foundation. The event was Ohio State University's second annual "Big Wish Gala". Their chart-topping song, "My Wish" is also used on ESPN as the soundtrack for its series that follows the Make-a-Wish Foundation as they turn dreams into reality for children with life-threatening illnesses.Since then, they have also contributed countable hours of their time—and $4 million—to Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt which is among the nation's leading pediatric facilities, where the Rascal Flatts Pediatric Surgery Center was named in recognition of the trio's long-standing involvement.


The group has an uncommon youth demographic (18–25) for country music. In September 2007, Weekly Reader Research conducted a poll of more than 2,000 children and Rascal Flatts ranked as the sixth-most-popular act among ages 10–12.They have raised and donated millions of dollars to the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt. They are also involved with the American Red Cross as they are members on the celebrity cabinet board.


Rascal Flatts has enjoyed financial success as touring artists. Nielsen reported that the band was the top selling artist in 2006: "Rascal Flatts was the biggest selling artist, with nearly 5 million physical album sales and nearly 4 million digital track sales." They had their first headlining tour beginning in Fall 2002, and by 2005 they were among the top 25 tours of the year, grossing $26.3 million in 777,384 tickets sold, according to Billboard Boxscore. Their follow-up tour in 2006 grossed $46.2 million, drawing more than a million people to 79 shows. Rascal Flatts had the third-highest US country tour in 2007, grossing $34 million from 588,009 tickets sold. The group grossed $16.8 million from their summer tour.Rascal Flatts' shows are heavy on special effects, including videos, pyrotechnics and laser lights.In 2013, Rascal Flatts headed to Australia for the first time to headline CMC Rocks The Hunter 2013, which is a three-day festival from March 15 to March 17. They closed the proceedings.Between 2004 and 2012, Rascal Flatts sold over 7 million tickets, making them one of the top selling country music acts in that time.In 2012, Rascal Flatts began the year with their "Thaw Out 2012" tour adding 47 additional dates on the Farmers Insurance Presents "Changed Tour" to bring the 2012 year-end total to just over 60 concerts and 1 million fans attending shows in this year alone.On April 9, 2013, the group announced that they would co-headline a show with Journey on August 1 at Hersheypark Stadium with The Band Perry and Cassadee Pope as openers.
In 2016, Rascal Flatts celebrated a career milestone of 10 million tickets sold.


Headlining2002–03: CMT Most Wanted Live/I Melt Tour
2004–05: Here's to You Tour
2006–07: Me & My Gang Tour
2007–08: Still Feels Good Tour
2008–09: Bob That Head Tour
2009–10: American Living Unstoppable Tour
2010–11: Nothing Like This Tour
2011: Flatts Fest Tour
2012: Thaw Out 2012 Tour
2012–13: Changed Tour
2013: Live & Loud Tour
2014: Rewind Tour
2015: Riot Tour
2016: Rhythm and Roots Tour
2018: Back To Us Tour
2019: Summer Playlist Tour
2020: Rascal Flatts Farewell - Life Is a Highway Tour (cancelled)Supporting2000–01: Burn Tour (with Jo Dee Messina)
2002: Alan Jackson's Drive Tour with (Alan Jackson)
2003: Neon Circus & Wild West Show with (Brooks & Dunn)
2004: Guitars, Tiki Bars & Whole Lotta Love Tour with (Kenny Chesney)

Contributions for other artists

Rascal Flatts' members have also contributed to the work of other artists. LeVox, along with Jason Sellers and Wendell Mobley, co-wrote Phil Stacey's 2008 debut single "If You Didn't Love Me".DeMarcus has co-produced albums for several artists, including Chely Wright's 2002 album Never Love You Enough, Chicago's Chicago XXX, and James Otto's 2008 album Sunset Man, the last of which had John Rich of Big & Rich as a co-producer. He also produced New to This Town, the first solo album released by Kix Brooks following his split from Brooks & Dunn,
The group has also contributed portions of the Hannah Montana: The Movie soundtrack, with acoustic versions of "Bless the Broken Road" and "Backwards".
In 2011, they did a remix of "That Should Be Me" by Justin Bieber on his remix album Never Say Never – The Remixes.
In the same year, Anna Wilson's Countrypolitan Duets album also included a song featuring Rascal Flatts and Ray Price, "You're the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me".
Also in 2011, the band collaborated with Michael Bolton on his album Gems, on the song "Love Is Everything".
In 2012, Lionel Richie featured Rascal Flatts on his duet album, Tuskegee, on the song "Dancing on the Ceiling".
Also in 2012, Swedish country/pop female singer Jill Johnson featured Rascal Flatts on her album A Woman Can Change Her Mind, on a cover of their single "Come Wake Me Up".
The band appears on the track Until Grace by Tauren Wells, on his second studio album Citizen of Heaven.


Studio albums

Rascal Flatts (2000)
Melt (2002)
Feels Like Today (2004)
Me and My Gang (2006)
Still Feels Good (2007)
Unstoppable (2009)
Nothing Like This (2010)
Changed (2012)
Rewind (2014)
The Greatest Gift of All (2016)
Back to Us (2017)

U.S. Country number one singles

"These Days" (2002) (3 weeks)
"Mayberry" (2004)
"Bless the Broken Road" (2005) (5 weeks)
"Fast Cars and Freedom" (2005) (3 weeks)
"What Hurts the Most" (2006) (4 weeks) [A]
"My Wish" (2006)
"Stand" (2007)
"Take Me There" (2007) (3 weeks)
"Here" (2009) (2 weeks)
"Here Comes Goodbye" (2009)
"Why Wait" (2010) (2 weeks)
"Banjo" (2012)
"I Like the Sound of That" (2016)
"Yours If You Want It" (2017)Notes

I Won't Let Go I Won't Let Go - Rascal Flatts

Hot In Here Hot In Here - Rascal Flatts

Bless The Broken Road Bless The Broken Road - Rascal Flatts

You You - Rascal Flatts

How Great Thou Art How Great Thou Art - Tauren Wells - Chris Tomlin - Rascal Flatts

See Me Through See Me Through - Rascal Flatts

They Try They Try - Rascal Flatts

Pieces Pieces - Rascal Flatts

Tonight Tonight Tonight Tonight - Rascal Flatts

Lean On Me Lean On Me - Rascal Flatts

How They Remember You How They Remember You - Rascal Flatts

Skin Skin - Rascal Flatts

Chose To Be My Friend Chose To Be My Friend - Jason Crabb - Rascal Flatts

Here Comes Goodbye Here Comes Goodbye - Rascal Flatts

Better Now Better Now - Rascal Flatts

Dry Country Girl Dry Country Girl - Rascal Flatts

Backwards Backwards - Rascal Flatts

Then I Did Then I Did - Rascal Flatts

When the Sand Runs Out When the Sand Runs Out - Rascal Flatts

Too Good Is True Too Good Is True - Rascal Flatts

Why Why - Rascal Flatts

It's Not Supposed to Go Like That It's Not Supposed to Go Like That - Rascal Flatts

Once Once - Rascal Flatts

Ellsworth Ellsworth - Rascal Flatts

Sunday Afternoon Sunday Afternoon - Rascal Flatts

Here's to You Here's to You - Rascal Flatts

This Everyday Love This Everyday Love - Rascal Flatts

No Reins No Reins - Rascal Flatts

Life Is a Highway Life Is a Highway - Rascal Flatts

Sunrise Sunrise - Rascal Flatts

Words I Couldn't Say Words I Couldn't Say - Rascal Flatts

American Living American Living - Rascal Flatts

Close Close - Rascal Flatts

Things That Matter Things That Matter - Rascal Flatts

Changed Changed - Rascal Flatts

To Make Her Love Me To Make Her Love Me - Rascal Flatts

Forever Forever - Rascal Flatts

The Day Before You The Day Before You - Rascal Flatts

Fall Here Fall Here - Rascal Flatts

Right One Time Right One Time - Rascal Flatts

She's Leaving She's Leaving - Rascal Flatts

Lovin' Me Lovin' Me - Rascal Flatts

Holes Holes - Rascal Flatts

Easy Easy - Rascal Flatts

Long Slow Beautiful Dance Long Slow Beautiful Dance - Rascal Flatts

All Night to Get There All Night to Get There - Rascal Flatts

Next to You, Next to Me Next to You, Next to Me - Rascal Flatts

Mayberry Mayberry - Rascal Flatts

Where You Are Where You Are - Rascal Flatts

I Feel Bad I Feel Bad - Rascal Flatts

I Melt I Melt - Rascal Flatts

Take Me There Take Me There - Rascal Flatts

Fallin' Upside Down Fallin' Upside Down - Rascal Flatts

Here Here - Rascal Flatts

Some Say Some Say - Rascal Flatts

Like I Am Like I Am - Rascal Flatts

Still Feels Good Still Feels Good - Rascal Flatts

My Wish My Wish - Rascal Flatts - One Voice Children's Choir

I'm Movin' On I'm Movin' On - Rascal Flatts

Cool Thing Cool Thing - Rascal Flatts

Joy To The World Joy To The World - Rascal Flatts

While You Loved Me While You Loved Me - Rascal Flatts

Help Me Remember Help Me Remember - Rascal Flatts

She Goes All the Way She Goes All the Way - Rascal Flatts

Break Away Break Away - Rascal Flatts

Secret Smile Secret Smile - Rascal Flatts

Holdin' On Holdin' On - Rascal Flatts

She'd Be California She'd Be California - Rascal Flatts

It's Not Just Me It's Not Just Me - Rascal Flatts

Love You Out Loud Love You Out Loud - Rascal Flatts

Waiting All My Life Waiting All My Life - Rascal Flatts

Red Camaro Red Camaro - Rascal Flatts

A Little Home A Little Home - Rascal Flatts

White Christmas White Christmas - Rascal Flatts

Bob That Head Bob That Head - Rascal Flatts

Prayin' for Daylight Prayin' for Daylight - Rascal Flatts

Come Wake Me Up Come Wake Me Up - Rascal Flatts

Summer Nights Summer Nights - Rascal Flatts

Love Who You Love Love Who You Love - Rascal Flatts

Me and My Gang Me and My Gang - Rascal Flatts

Summer Young Summer Young - Rascal Flatts

One Good Love One Good Love - Rascal Flatts

These Days These Days - Rascal Flatts

How Strong Are You Now How Strong Are You Now - Rascal Flatts

Jingle Bell Rock Jingle Bell Rock - Rascal Flatts

My Worst Fear My Worst Fear - Rascal Flatts

Every Day Every Day - Rascal Flatts

Feels Like Today Feels Like Today - Rascal Flatts

Hurry Baby Hurry Baby - Rascal Flatts

God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen - Rascal Flatts

Why Wait Why Wait - Rascal Flatts

Nothing Like This Nothing Like This - Rascal Flatts

I'll Be Home for Christmas I'll Be Home for Christmas - Rascal Flatts

He Ain't The Leavin' Kind He Ain't The Leavin' Kind - Rascal Flatts

Great Big Love Great Big Love - Rascal Flatts

Fast Cars and Freedom Fast Cars and Freedom - Rascal Flatts

Unstoppable Unstoppable - Rascal Flatts

Let It Hurt Let It Hurt - Rascal Flatts

Friday Friday - Rascal Flatts

Yes I Do Yes I Do - Rascal Flatts

Play Play - Rascal Flatts

From Time to Time From Time to Time - Rascal Flatts

Shine On Shine On - Rascal Flatts

My Wish My Wish - Rascal Flatts

Oklahoma-Texas Line Oklahoma-Texas Line - Rascal Flatts

Banjo Banjo - Rascal Flatts

The Glory of Life The Glory of Life - Rascal Flatts

What Hurts the Most What Hurts the Most - Rascal Flatts

Stand Stand - Rascal Flatts

Winner At a Losing Game Winner At a Losing Game - Rascal Flatts

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Albums & Songs

  • I'm Movin' On
  • These Days
  • Bless the Broken Road
  • Fast Cars and Freedom
  • What Hurts the Most
  • Life Is a Highway
  • My Wish
  • Stand
  • Take Me There
  • Here Comes Goodbye
  • Why Wait
  • I Won't Let Go
  • Easy (feat. Natasha Bedingfield)
  • Banjo
  • Come Wake Me Up
  • Changed
  • Rewind
  • Riot
  • I Like the Sound of That
  • Yours If You Want It
  • How They Remember You
  • Feel It in the Morning
  • Quick, Fast, in a Hurry (feat. Rachel Wammack)
  • Looking Back
  • Warmer
  • Sip Away
  • Through the Years
  • Feels Like the First Time
  • Do You Believe in Love
  • You Make My Dreams
  • Heart to Heart
  • Yours If You Want It
  • Hopin' You Were Lookin'
  • I Know You Won't
  • Dance
  • Back to Us
  • Kiss You While I Can
  • Vandalized
  • Are You Happy Now (with Lauren Alaina)
  • Hands Talk
  • Thieves
  • Love What You've Done with the Place
  • Roller Rink
  • Our Night to Shine
  • Yours If You Want It
  • Back To Us
  • I Know You Won't
  • Hopin' You Were Lookin'
  • Dance
  • Are You Happy Now (with Lauren Alaina) [with Lauren Alaina]
  • Love What You've Done With the Place
  • Kiss You While I Can
  • Vandalized
  • Our Night To Shine
  • Joy To the World
  • O Holy Night
  • Deck the Halls
  • A Strange Way To Save the World
  • Go Tell It On the Mountain
  • Let It Snow
  • Silent Night
  • Someday At Christmas
  • The First Noel
  • Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
  • Payback
  • Rewind
  • I Have Never Been To Memphis
  • DJ Tonight
  • Powerful Stuff
  • Riot
  • Night of Our Lives
  • I Like the Sound of That
  • Aftermath
  • I'm On Fire
  • Life's a Song
  • Honeysuckle Lazy
  • The Mechanic
  • Changed
  • Banjo
  • Hot In Here
  • Come Wake Me Up
  • She's Leaving
  • Let It Hurt
  • Lovin' Me
  • Hurry Baby
  • Sunrise
  • Great Big Love
  • A Little Home
  • Friday
  • Fall Here
  • Right One Time
  • Next to You, Next to Me
  • Changed
  • Banjo
  • Hot In Here
  • Come Wake Me Up
  • She's Leaving
  • Let It Hurt
  • Lovin' Me
  • Hurry Baby
  • Sunrise
  • Great Big Love
  • A Little Home
  • Bob That Head
  • Bless the Broken Road
  • Still Feels Good
  • Here's to You
  • Medley: I'm Movin' On / Skin (Sarabeth) / Feels Like Today [Live]
  • Stand
  • These Days
  • What Hurts the Most
  • Life Is a Highway
  • Encore: Foreplay / Long Time / Free Ride
  • Life Is a Highway
  • My Wish
  • What Hurts the Most
  • Bless the Broken Road
  • Take Me There
  • Here Comes Goodbye
  • Unstoppable
  • Summer Nights
  • Why Wait
  • Easy (feat. Natasha Bedingfield)
  • Sunday Afternoon
  • Play
  • Nothing Like This
  • All Night to Get There
  • Red Camaro
  • They Try
  • Summer Young
  • Tonight Tonight
  • I Won't Let Go
  • Love Who You Love
  • Here Comes Goodbye
  • Close
  • Forever
  • She'd Be California
  • Unstoppable
  • Things That Matter
  • Summer Nights
  • Holdin' On
  • Once
  • Why
  • Jingle Bell Rock
  • White Christmas
  • I'll Be Home for Christmas
  • God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
  • I'll Be Home For Christmas
  • I Was Born To
  • He Ain't the Leavin' Kind
  • Winner at a Losing Game
  • Baby Don't Get Hooked on Me
  • Here's to You
  • I'm Movin' On
  • Fast Cars and Freedom
  • I Melt
  • Me and My Gang
  • What Hurts The Most
  • Ellsworth
  • Stand
  • These Days
  • The Way
  • Feels Like Today
  • Pieces
  • Here Comes Goodbye
  • Love Another Day
  • I Can Almost
  • Life Is a Highway
  • Take Me There
  • Lonesome Road
  • Mayberry
  • My Wish
  • Bless the Broken Road
  • Head Over Heels
  • The Man in Love With You
  • What Hurts the Most
  • Prayin' for Daylight
  • I'm Movin' On
  • These Days
  • I Melt
  • Mayberry
  • Feels Like Today
  • Bless the Broken Road
  • Fast Cars and Freedom
  • Skin (Sarabeth)
  • What Hurts the Most
  • My Wish
  • Stand
  • Life Is a Highway
  • Take Me There
  • Here
  • Bob That Head
  • Help Me Remember
  • Still Feels Good
  • Winner At a Losing Game
  • No Reins
  • Every Day
  • Secret Smile
  • Better Now
  • She Goes All the Way
  • How Strong Are You Now
  • It's Not Supposed to Go Like That
  • Stand
  • What Hurts the Most
  • Backwards
  • I Feel Bad
  • My Wish
  • Pieces
  • Yes I Do
  • To Make Her Love Me
  • Words I Couldn't Say
  • Me and My Gang
  • Cool Thing
  • Ellsworth
  • He Ain't the Leavin' Kind
  • Life Is a Highway
  • One Good Love
  • Lean On Me
  • See Me Through
  • I Melt
  • Encore: Foreplay / Long Time, Free Ride
  • Where You Are
  • Bless the Broken Road
  • Then I Did
  • Feels Like Today
  • Fast Cars and Freedom
  • When the Sand Runs Out
  • Here's to You
  • The Day Before You
  • Break Away
  • Holes
  • Oklahoma-Texas Line
  • Skin
  • These Days
  • Too Good Is True
  • I Melt
  • Mayberry
  • Love You Out Loud
  • Dry Country Girl
  • Like I Am
  • You
  • Fallin' Upside Down
  • Shine On
  • My Worst Fear
  • Prayin' for Daylight
  • This Everyday Love
  • While You Loved Me
  • Some Say
  • See Me Through
  • One Good Love
  • It's Not Just Me
  • Waiting All My Life
  • From Time to Time
  • Long Slow Beautiful Dance
  • I'm Movin' On