Rascal Flatts film to be released on DVD in November
Movie includes interviews, performance footage and more
After a one night showing in movie theaters earlier this year, Rascal Flatts will release their film, “Rascal Flatts: All Access & Uncovered,” as a DVD on Nov. 19. The film documents the band members’ lives during the making of their eighth studio album, “Changed,” which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard country album chart earlier this year.
The DVD will include exclusive performance footage of some of the band’s biggest hits, as well as music from “Changed,” including the hit No. 1 hit “Banjo” and current single “Come Wake Me Up.” Also included on the DVD are in-depth interviews with the trio from the road, as well as footage shot inside bassist Jay DeMarcus’ home studio, where the album was recorded. The band members also share stories behind several of their songs.
The second leg of the band’s Changed Tour will kick off January 10, 2013 with opening act The Band Perry.
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