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By John McAfee
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Gary Levox
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.
Country music super group Rascal Flatts is the latest member of the Grand Ole Opry.
Country music supergroup Rascal Flatts is the latest member of the Grand Ole Opry.
Taylor Swift joined Shania Twain for their own version of "Thelma & Louise." Justin Bieber induced tears from teenagers as he walked the red carpet with Rascal Flatts. And Hines Ward wore cowboy boots.
The members of Rascal Flatts hope to gain new fans with their ABC concert special. They've got the perfect bait: Justin Bieber.
"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."
LeVox says the band, which also includes guitarist Joe Don Rooney, believes "Changed" could be Rascal Flatts' strongest album yet.