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Rascal Flatts previewed a few of their new tunes from their new album “Back To Us,” in Nashville’s The Westin Hotel at the L27 Rooftop. The trio gave stories behind a couple of the new tunes, including one written by Chris Stapleton entitled “Vandalized”. Special guests who wrote on the album were present including Dan + Shay’s, Shay Mooney. Their current single “Yours If You Want It,” is climbing the charts and is sitting in the Top 15. You can purchase the new album “Back To Us” now here.

A force to be reckoned with in any genre, Rascal Flatts continue to race up the charts with their new music, heralded by USA Today as a “sure-fire smash.” As the best-selling Country vocal group of the past decade, Rascal Flatts has sold over 23.4 million albums, over 33.7 million digital downloads worldwide, as well as earning over 40 trophies from the ACA, ACM, AMA, CMA, People’s Choice and more, also making them the most awarded Country group of the past decade. Known as one of the hottest-selling touring acts in any genre, the trio also recently celebrated a major milestone of 10 million tickets sold, following a rousing year stacked of headlining shows.

The superstar vocal group will takeover TODAYfeaturing in all four hours of the show on Monday (5/22) beginning at 7:00am EST on NBC. Their NYC jaunt then takes them across town to chat in depth about their album for an AOL Build Series livestream at 12:00pm EST; watch here. They round out the day with SiriusXM for a special Rascal Flatts’ Artist Confidential at 2:00pm EST on SiriusXM The Highway.  The following day (5/23,) the trio will stop by mega-platform Facebook’s headquarters allowing fans to catch up with them and ask them anything during a LIVE Q&A at 10:30am EST here.  Later that night, fans catch Rascal Flatts on the finale of The Voice for a special performance at 8:00pm EST on NBC. Fans can also tune in tonight (5/19) to relive the group’s rousing iHeartCountry Festival performance, airing at 9pm ET/PT on DIRECTV Channel 239, DIRECTV NOW or U-verse Channel 1114.

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