Looking to fill your country fix? You’re in luck because a couple of artists will take the stage on late night television tonight.
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First Kristian Bush will perform, “Trailer Hitch” the lead single off his debut solo project Southern Gravity on Conan. The performance will air during the 11 PM hour. The performance has been billed as a way to generate buzz ahead of his new album which will be released on April 7th. Take a listen to the track here.
If that’s not enough, flip on over to Jimmy Kimmel Live at 11:35 PM and watch Rascal Flatts perform their new single “Riot.” The band is making the rounds ahead of their Las Vegas residency, which will span a little more than two weeks and feature this year’s winner of NBC’s The Voice, Craig Wayne Boyd.
Today was a very busy day in country music. Three major artists announced their summer tours, one Grammy winning group released a new single, and couple others released new ones to radio. Here’s what you may have missed today:
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Rascal Flatts’ made a couple of announcements surrounding their plans for 2015 this week. A nine night residency at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas was the first to be announced. The residency spans from late February into the middle of March, but the group hasn’t ruled out the possibility of adding a few additional dates.
This morning Rascal Flatts’ announced that they would once again be hitting the road next summer. The group will past American Idol winner Scotty McCreery on road with them. It’s McCreery’s first time on a major tour since 2012 when he opened a few dates for Brad Paisley. Fans can expect to catch Rascal Flatts’ and McCreery in many of the same venues they performed in a year ago, including the Xfinity Center and Xfinity Theatre in the Northeast.
Rascal Flatts used to be the kings of pop-country, or what is now being called bro-country. As country music has shifted more towards a pop tune, Rascal Flatts has struggled to stay on top. Their latest release ‘Rewind’ features little to change that. It leaves listeners wanting more. Those that had hoped for a changing of the tide after their last album shouldn’t get their hopes. Continue reading Rascal Flatts’ Rewind is Average at Best