Rascal Flatts Surprises CMA Fest Fans

Rascal Flatts brought extra excitement to the opening night of the CMA Music Festival with a surprise performance at Nashville’s LP Field, Thursday, June 5.

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The trio––Gary LeVox, Joe Don Rooney and Jay DeMarcus––was able to make the festival as they were in town recording a new album. Gary also told Neil Haislop’s Nashville IQ that the group enjoyed having teen sensation Taylor Swift tour with them. “Taylor is absolutely a bright spot in the business and she’s amazing––great songwriter, great performer. She can’t drink with us, which is a little depressing. We had to lose our Coors sponsorship . . . just kidding!”

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