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Topic - Gary Levox
When multiplatinum country group Rascal Flatts appeared to be lip-synching during a performance at this year's Academy of Country Music Awards, the trio handled the aftermath - including a promotional round for new album "Rewind" just a month later - with a little honesty and a lot of humor.
The last time Rascal Flatts recorded an album, the trio ditched dreary Music City in the winter for sunny California. This time around they stayed closer to home when recording new album "Changed." Well, bassist Jay DeMarcus' home.
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Lead singer Gary LeVox said the band had played two shows and done several hours of interviews in the days leading up to the April 6 show in Las Vegas and his voice was affected by the dry desert air.
"It's really exciting some of the songs we've got set to go," LeVox said. "It's probably the most really good, up-tempo stuff that maybe we've ever had pitched to us. And we wrote some really good stuff. ... I think it's musically at even another level."