Rascal Flatts lead singer Gary LeVox believes divine intervention led him to make the move to Nashville in February 1998. He was standing in his mother's kitchen singing along to the radio when it felt like God tapped him on the shoulder and told him to head to Music City.
Gary tells The Camrose Canadian newspaper, "It was the first time that I really listened and I said ‘Lord I am so sorry because I feel like you gave me the gift of song and I don’t think that you would have given me that to stand in my mom’s kitchen and sing to the radio.'"
The next morning, Gary started preparing to make the move and less than a year later Rascal Flatts signed their first record deal. That dream obviously worked out now that the Flatts have sold millions of albums and concert tickets.
"There are just no words for what we have been able to accomplish except God," Gary says. "He blesses abundantly, and I’m just honored to be a small part of it."
Rascal Flatts continues their Changed tour with shows in St. Louis and Chicago this weekend.
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