Sunday night, Rascal Flatts will participate in a very high-profile performance at the ACM Awards, to be seen by untold millions of viewers. Two days later, their new album, Changed, drops. What an amazing fluke of timing and coincidence, right? What were the odds?
"Amazing how that all worked out," singer Gary LeVox quipped to Yahoo! Music Friday, confirming that this was all part of the evil-genius scheme undertaken by their label, Big Machine.
As it turns out, it is also totally not coincidental that Rascal Flatts will be on theater screens nationally, for one night only, two days after the album comes out.
"Next Thursday, we'll be in New York City, doing the premiere," says Jay DeMarcus.
"Grand opening, grand closing," adds Joe Don Rooney, referring to the film's one-night-only status in theaters.
But before these release-week activities, there is the ACMs to keep Rascal Flatts busy. Slightly famous bluegrass enthusiast Steve Martin will be joining them for a performance of theirRead More »from Rascal Flatts On New Album, Movie, and Rehearsing for ACMs Via Skype