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RASCAL FLATTS TO LAUNCH NOTHING LIKE THIS ALBUM
WITH MULTIPLE RADIO, TELEVISION AND ONLINE APPEARANCES
  
NOTHING LIKE THIS
 ALBUM TO HIT STORES NOVEMBER 16

Nashville – (November 5, 2010) – The best selling country group of the past decade, Rascal Flatts, will release their first album for Big Machine Records on November 16, Nothing Like This.  Numerous television appearances are planned to promote the new project.  

The guys will kick off their album launch week with an appearance on the Late Show With David Letterman and the Ellen DeGeneres Show on Monday, November 15.  On Tuesday, November 16 they will perform on the Today Show and The Sean Hannity Show followed by Late Night with Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday, November 17.

Fans can also see their favorite country band on additional shows like GAC’s Backstory on November 14 at 8pm ET and CMT’s Invitation Only on November 15.  Rascal Flatts will also perform November 15 on Live on Letterman, a celebrated music program that broadcasts live from the famed Ed Sullivan Theater that engages with fans and audiences nationwide and streams live online and on-demand athttp://www.cbs.com/late_night/liveonletterman.

On November 18, Rascal Flatts will perform as part of Clear Channel’s iHeart Radio Concert Series.  The performance will premiere November 19 across the Clear Channel network.  Also during the week of release, the band will be featured on AOL Sessions and as part of the Yahoo! RAM Country Performance Series
Nothing Like This was produced by Dann Huff and was recorded in Santa BarbaraCalifornia and NashvilleTennessee.  It contains the lead-off single, “Why Wait,” which is currently the band’s 24th top ten hit.  The album includes eleven tracks, four of which were co-written by members of Rascal Flatts.
1. Why Wait   (Tom Shapiro, Neil Thrasher, Jimmy Yeary)
2. Easy   (Katrina Elam, Mike Mobley)******Duet with Natasha Bedingfield
3. Sunday Afternoon   (Joe Don Rooney, busbee)
4. Play   (Bonnie Baker, Katrina Elam, Hunter Hayes)
5. Nothing Like This   (Michael Dulaney, Tom Shapiro, Neil Thrasher)
6. All Night To Get There   (Jay DeMarcus, Paul Jenkins, Jason Sellers)
7. Red Camaro   (Joe Collins, Chris Tompkins)
8. They Try   (Neil Thrasher, Tom Shapiro, Jimmy Yeary)
9. Summer Young   (Gary LeVox, Wendell Mobley, Neil Thrasher)
10. Tonight Tonight   (Gary LeVox, Chris Lindsey, Aimee Mayo, Ryan Tedder)
11. I Won't Let Go   (Steve Robson, Jason Sellers)

About Rascal Flatts
Gary LeVox, Jay DeMarcus and Joe Don Rooney are the best selling country group this decade.  They have placed 11 #1 singles, 24 Top Ten singles, and have more titles in Billboard’s Top 100 Songs of the Decade than any other group in the format.  In the last ten years, the band has sold more than 20 million albums and 25 million digital downloads while all six of their previous studio albums made Billboard’s Top 100 Country Albums of the Decade listing. The vocal group is also the most awarded country group of the new Millennium with nearly 40 trophies from the Academy of Country MusicAmerican Music Awards, Country Music Association, People’s Choice Awards and more. In concert, Rascal Flatts continues to be one of the hottest touring acts of the decade with more venue attendance records than any other country act. They have played over 400 dates as a headline act, over 700 shows since 2000, with a ticket tally of nearly 6 million, including two sold-out stadium concerts at Chicago’s Wrigley Field and Columbus’ Crew Stadium.  In the last few years, the band has raised over $3 million dollars for the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt and last week the hospital named its pediatric Surgery Center after the group- the “Rascal Flatts Surgery Center.”

For additional information on Rascal Flatts go to www.rascalflatts.com and www.nothinglikethiscd.com.

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