Rascal Flatts

ennings, Steve
December 2010
Mix;Dec2010, Vol. 34 Issue 12, p42
The article offers information about the concet tours of country trio Rascal Flatts to promote their album "Unstoppable" in the U.S. The members of the band include lead vocals Gary Levox, lead guitarist Joe Don Rooney, and bassist Jay DeMarcus. The tour involves monitor engineer Stuart Delk who uses a Studer console to compare the high-end analog with all the digital capabilities. Moreover, the group also uses pedalboards to control the rig through most of the show.


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