Rascal Flatts starting "Changed" album launch with ACM Awards performance
The best-selling country vocal group of the last decade, Rascal Flatts, will release their eighth studio album, “Changed,” Tuesday on Big Machine Records. Numerous television and promotional appearances are planned to promote the new project.
Rascal Flatts, which includes Picher-bred guitarist Joe Don Rooney, will kick off their album launch week in Las Vegas with a performance on the 47th Academy of Country Music Awards, airing live at 7 p.m. on the CBS Television Network. The band will perform “Banjo,” the lively first single from “Changed,” with Grammy-winning banjo player Steve Martin. In addition, the trio is nominated for Group of the Year.
It’s ACM Awards Week here on BAM’s Blog, leading up to my live blog of the show Sunday night.
Singer Gary LeVox, bassist Jay DeMarcus and Roone will travel onto Los Angeles for a live appearance Tuesday on the “Dancing With The Stars” results show and a performance on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” which will air Thursday.
The guys will then head to the Big Apple for the premiere Thursday of their one-night-only concert event/behind-the-scenes documentary, which is airing on more than 650 movie screens across North America. Gary, Jay and Joe Don will celebrate Rascal Flatts- CHANGED: One Night Exclusive Movie Theatre Event with a red carpet premiere event from Times Square. Limited tickets are still available via www.rascalflatts.com/changed.
Rascal Flatts will cap off their album street week with an appearance Friday, April 6 on “Good Morning America.”
On April 13, the CBS Television network will premiere the special “Lionel Richie & Friends – In Concert,” which will include the band performing “Dancin’ On The Ceiling” with the music icon.
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