Multi-award-winning country trio intersperse hits “What Hurts the Most” and “These Days” with songs from their latest album, Back to Us
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Rascal Flatts: Summer Playlist Tour 2019 with Lee Brice and Morgan Evans
- How the Rascal Flatts cemented their place in country: The trio has released 25 singles that have reached the Top 20 of the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart; 15 of those singles reached No. 1.
- Other big numbers: They’ve sold more than 27 million albums, more than 29 million digital downloads, and more than 9 million concert tickets.
- Most notable country credentials: The group has earned more than 40 ACM, CMA, ACA, AMA, and People’s Choice Awards, and membership in the Grand Ole Opry.
- Their biggest hit: “Life Is A Highway,” which peaked at No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100
- Their latest: 2017’s Back to Us, which features the singles “Yours If You Want It” and “Back to Life”
- Lee Brice: Describing his sound as “what would happen if Hank Williams Jr. and John Mayer had a love child,” Billboard awarded this Nashville star Top Country Song of 2010 for “Love Like Crazy.” Since then, Brice has continued to blur the lines between honky-tonk and rock in No. 1 hits such as the heartbreaking “I Drive Your Truck,” which earned two Grammy nominations, and the heart-tugging “I Don’t Dance,” which scored a CMA nod for Song of the Year.
- Morgan Evans: This Australian-born artist has long since abandoned the outback for the American countryside, and his 2017 debut US single “Kiss Somebody” dominated the US Country Airplay chart. Morgan’s 2018 album “Things That We Drink To” chronicles and reflects on the artist’s journey from Australia to Nashville.
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