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Columbia gets back to its country roots with Rascal Flatts, Sara Evans and Hunter Hayes playing Thursday at Mizzou Arena.
Rascal Flatts was formed in the late ’90s in Nashville. All of the band’s 26 singles have landed in the top 20 or higher on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart. These have included “Bless the Broken Road,” “What Hurts the Most” and their cover of “Life is a Highway” for Cars. The band is also a family projc for two members; Gary LeVox and Jay DeMarcus are second cousins.
Sara Evans emerged from the Nashville music scene in the late ’90s. She has since made five number 1 country hits, and her albums Born to Fly, Restless and Real Fine Place have all gone platinum. Real Fine Places debuted at number 3 on the Billboard 200.
Hunter Hayes released his self-titled first album in 2011. But despite this recent start, Hayes has been making music since he was two, when his grandma gave him an accordion, and he appeared on America’s Most Talented Kids at 13.
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