Rascal Flatts Cancels Houston Show

Rascal Flatts had to cancel its performance at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, March 14, due to lead singer Gary LeVox’s bout with “severe bronchitis,” according to a press release from the rodeo event.

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Clay Walker, Jack Ingram and Joe Nichols took the trio’s place. Other acts appearing at the show, one of the year’s biggest musical events, include Alan Jackson, Reba McEntire, George Strait and Brooks & Dunn. The rodeo closes Sunday, March 18, with a performance by classic rock band ZZ Top.

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