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Rascal Flatts still feels good!


Rascal Flatts newest CD release, Still Feels Good, hits stores on Tuesday, September 25th. The band will take a week off from their hugely successful Still Feels Good tour to promote the launch of their latest CD project. Following their September 25th Good Morning America (ABC) and The Late Show with David Letterman (CBS) appearances, Gary LeVox, Jay DeMarcus and Joe Don Rooney will jet from New York City to visit with radio for a series of in studio appearances and acoustic performances. Over six days, Rascal Flatts will make stops in Philadelphia, Minneapolis, Dallas, Chicago, Atlanta, Washington D.C. and Cleveland.

"I think lyrically this is the strongest album we've ever done," says Gary. "It's genuinely taken us to the next level. I think that in working with [producer] Dann Huff, the four of us have really got something special when it comes to capturing on CD what we do live. It perfectly captures the way we've grown as songwriters, as musicians and as people, and it's the proudest we've ever been of a project."

Co-produced by Rascal Flatts and Dann Huff, Still Feels Good features 13 brand-new songs including the multi-week #1 smash “Take Me There.” Gary, Jay and Joe Don co-wrote five of the songs on the project including “Winner At A Losing Game” and “She Goes All The Way,” the duet with Academy Award® winning actor and singer Jamie Foxx.

In the seven years since launching their career the band has sold over 15 million albums and scored 9 #1 singles. Rascal Flatts wrapped 2006 as the biggest selling artist across all genres of music. Their last CD Me And My Gang released in April 2006, selling 722,000 units in its debut week, the biggest first week sales for any CD in 2006. The band’s two most recent titles, Me and My Gang and Feels Like Today, are each certified quadruple platinum by the RIAA for sales of more than 4 million units while Rascal Flatts and Melt are both certified double platinum.


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