Rascal Flatts was an American country music band founded in 1999. The band members were Gary LeVox (lead vocals), Jay DeMarcus (bass guitar, background vocals), and Joe Don Rooney (lead guitar, background vocals). DeMarcus is LeVox's second cousin, a brother-in-law of country music singer James Otto, and a former member of the contemporary Christian music duo East to West.

From 2000 to 2010, they recorded for Disney Music Group's former Lyric Street Records division. While on that label, they released six studio albums, all of which have been certified platinum or higher by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). In order of release, they are Rascal Flatts (2000), Melt (2002), Feels Like Today (2004), Me and My Gang (2006), Still Feels Good (2007), and Unstoppable (2009). After Lyric Street closed in 2010, they moved to Big Machine Records for five more studio albums: Nothing Like This (2010), Changed (2012), Rewind (2014), The Greatest Gift of All (2016), and their final studio album, Back to Us (2017).

Rascal Flatts has released more than forty singles, sixteen of which have reached number one on the Billboard Hot Country Songs, Country Airplay, and/or Canada Country charts. Their longest-lasting number-one single, a cover of Marcus Hummon's "Bless the Broken Road", spent five weeks in that position in 2005. Through 2006–07, "What Hurts the Most" was number one on both the Hot Country Songs and Adult Contemporary charts, and their highest peak on the Billboard Hot 100 at number six. The band also had commercial success with a cover of Tom Cochrane's "Life Is a Highway", which they recorded for the soundtrack of the Pixar animated movie Cars (2006). Their music is defined by country pop influences. In addition to their own songs, DeMarcus has produced albums for Chicago, Jennette McCurdy, and Brooks & Dunn member Kix Brooks.

On January 7, 2020, Rascal Flatts announced that they would be disbanding following a farewell tour after 22 years together. However, this farewell tour was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic; the group's disbandment was not officially confirmed until October 2021.

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2003Rascal Flatts LiveRascal Flatts1


2000Rascal FlattsRascal Flatts41
2002MeltRascal Flatts41
2004Feels Like TodayRascal Flatts47
2006Me and My GangRascal Flatts46
2007Still Feels GoodRascal Flatts45
2009UnstoppableRascal Flatts4.53
2010Nothing Like ThisRascal Flatts45
2012ChangedRascal Flatts44
2014RewindRascal Flatts34
2016The Greatest Gift of AllRascal Flatts22
2017Back to UsRascal Flatts34
2020How They Remember YouRascal Flatts1

Album + Compilation

2007Best of BalladsRascal Flatts1
2008Greatest Hits, Volume 1Rascal Flatts4.53
201014 Love Songs For the 14thRascal Flatts1
2020Twenty Years of Rascal Flatts: The Greatest HitsRascal Flatts1

Album + Live

2011The Best of Rascal Flatts LiveRascal Flatts1


2000Prayin' for DaylightRascal Flatts1
2007Revolution (From the Movie Evan Almighty)Rascal Flatts1
2012She's LeavingRascal Flatts41
2014RewindRascal Flatts1
2017Yours If You Want ItRascal Flatts1
2017Back to UsRascal Flatts1
2017Hopin’ You Were Lookin’Rascal Flatts1
2018Back to LifeRascal Flatts1
2020Until GraceTauren Wells & Rascal Flatts1
2020Through the Years: A Tribute to Kenny RogersRascal Flatts1


2009UnwrappedRascal Flatts1
2018JukeboxRascal Flatts1

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