Rascal Flatts goes for a "Rewind"
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Rascal Flatts goes for a "Rewind"

Wednesday, January 8, 2014 – Rascal Flatts is dropping a new single, "Rewind," today.

The song is from an upcoming disc with no release date announced. "Rewind" will go for adds on Jan. 20.

Rascal Flatts was not on the charts at all in 2013 as the one single released from "Changed" the trio's eighth CD, "Sunrise," did not chart. Three other songs from the disc did chart, including "Banjo," which went number one.


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