Rewind With Rascal Flatts
Earlier this month, Rascal Flatts released a new single entitled ‘Rewind’ which will serve as the lead single on their upcoming album. While we still haven’t received confirmation on when the album will be released, the title of their newest single gives us the perfect opportunity to hit the rewind button on Rascal Flatts.
It’s hard to believe at times, amidst their continued success, that the group has been around for 15 years. What’s even more shocking, perhaps, is that throughout their career, Rascal Flatts is one of the few country groups that has consistently maintained a youth following.
For a little over a decade, the band recorded under Disney Music Group’s Lyric Street Records. Between that same ten year period, Rascal Flatts recorded 7 albums — all of which were certified platinum.
In total, the group has released 9 studio albums. Songs such as ‘Bless the Broken Road’ and ‘What Hurts the Most’ dominated country radio stations for months after being released.
After 15 years, the release of ‘Rewind’ comes at a pivotal time for the group — who, in case you’re wondering, show no signs of fizzling out or losing popularity anytime soon. 2014 promises to be a big year for Rascal Flatts. Already, they’ve released a new single, are preparing for an upcoming Tour, and have a new album on the way. The ‘Rewind Tour’ will arrive in Charlotte on July 26th, 2014.
In the meantime, the last 15 years “went by so fast oh so sweet, makes me wanna remake a memory … wish I had me a time machine.” We don’t have a time machine either, but check out our gallery of Rascal Flatts throughout the years by clicking here.
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