The members of Rascal Flatts celebrated their new album release on Thursday (4/5) in New York City’s AMC Theater in Times Square with Rascal Flatts-CHANGED: One Night Exclusive Movie-Theatre Event.
The movie includes concert performances from the newly released project, Changed, at Tennessee’s Franklin Theatre. New songs performed include “Banjo,” “Hot in Here,” “She’s Leaving,” “Come Wake Me Up,” and “Changed.”
The film also features performances of the group’s biggest hits such as “Fast Cars and Freedom,” “Bless the Broken Road,” “What Hurts the Most,” “I Won’t Let Go,” and “Life Is A Highway.”
Nestled between performances were in-depth personal interviews with each of the group’s members, Gary LeVox, Joe Don Rooney and Jay DeMarcus. The performers revealed how they discovered music early in their lives, which musical influences they got from their families, and how at one point, they almost called it quits.
The film also takes the audience into the homes of Gary, Joe Don, and Jay, giving viewers an opportunity to meet their families and see how they live when not performing.
The Tacklebox Films production was presented by NCM Fathom Events, Big Machine Records and AEG Network Live with executive producers Scott Borchetta, Clarence Spalding, and Sandi Spika Borchetta. Shaun Silva directed the film, which was produced by Don Lepore with musical production by Dann Huff.
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