During the 2000s and 2010s, Rascal Flatts was one of the most popular country music groups in the world. The trio consists of lead singer Gary LeVox, bassist Jay DeMarcus, and guitarist Joe Don Rooney, and their hits have landed them on the Billboard charts multiple times. The group sold millions of albums, won countless awards, and earned a large following of fans worldwide. Sadly, as the years went by, things started to fall apart for the band. It was a combination of many factors that led to the end of Rascal Flatts, and now it seems as though the band has officially called it quits for good.
In a recent interview with Savannah Chrisley, bassist Jay DeMarcus opened up about the end of the beloved group. He shared that he and his former bandmates don't communicate on a regular basis, but he does still hope the three of them will reunite someday.
He also spoke highly of his old bandmates, and it's clear that he still has a lot of love for them. Gary LeVox, for example, has a successful solo career and is heavily involved in charity work. He has donated a substantial amount of money and time to the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt, which even has a center named in his honor.
During their heyday, Rascal Flatts was one of country's most popular touring acts. They toured all over the world and sold millions of tickets for their concerts, which were often filled with elaborate visuals and pyrotechnics. The trio is one of the most awarded country groups of all time, winning several AMA, ACM, CMA, and People's Choice Awards throughout their career.