The Guinness Book of World Records has recognized the ACMs and a slew of country music superstars for a host of accomplishments.
They did Aguilera’s “Shotgun” followed by Rascal Flatts’ “Riot.”
In advance of the 50th ACM Awards this Sunday, Radio.com has compiled a who’s who of nominated country artists to help you follow along.
Alan Jackson, Martina McBride and more have also been added.
The Riot Tour dates begin after the band’s Las Vegas residency. “We can try new things and pretty much do whatever we want,” Jay DeMarcus said of the summer outing.
Rascal Flatts will be taking a brief break from the concert stage and head to the acting stage.
The two-day festival hits Atlanta, Georgia May 16 and 17. Rascal Flatts, Dwight Yoakam, the Band Perry and Jason Isbell are also on the bill.
The band will perform a run of “intimate and personal” shows they’ve dubbed the Rascal Flatts Vegas Riot!
Their management suggests that ticket holders contact their venue for refund information.
Hitting stories Tuesday, Rewind is the ninth studio album from Rascal Flatts. “I feel like we’re going in the right direction,” Joe Don Rooney told Radio.com.
Country trio performed “Rewind” at the ceremony, and things seemed fishy from the start.
Recently previewing a handful of new songs from their upcoming album, ‘Rewind,’ the guys in the band took some time to talk to Radio.com about their collective love of sports, particularly football.
“Payback” is a tongue-in-cheek track which highlights the band’s fun side as a girl tries to make her boyfriend jealous. “It’s a fun little revenge tune that’s awesome and I think the girls are going to love that one,” Jay DeMarcus said.
“‘Memphis’ we’re over the moon about,” Jay DeMarcus said. “[It’s] by the same guy who wrote “[Bless the] Broken Road,” Marcus Hummon. It’s a big over-the-top ballad.”
“The first couple people didn’t like it and we were sitting on the edge of our seats,” Gary LeVox told Radio.com.
“I was the first one to hear it in a song pitch meeting in Nashville,” Jay DeMarcus told Radio.com. “When I heard it, it just jumped out of the speakers. The chorus was so catchy and hooky.”