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Jay DeMarcus + Allison Alderson — Country’s Greatest Love Stories

Rascal Flatts' Jay DeMarcus married his wife, Allison Alderson, on May 15, 2004, after initially meeting her while filming the video for the Flatts' single "These Days," in 2002. The former beauty queen and pharmaceutical sales rep quickly caught the eye of DeMarcus, who is rumored to have spilled his salad on her to get her attention!
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Jay DeMarcus From Rascal Flatts Video Chats With Kruser

Rascal Flatts may have said goodbye to life as a band, but they can still send a single to #1. Jay DeMarcus from Rascal Flatts checked in with Kruser to talk about that feat, what the guys are up to now, his Netflix show, DeMarcus Family Rules, and plays a round of “Flatts or Fiction.”
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Jay DeMarcus Says the Pandemic Might Change Rascal Flatts’ Minds About Retirement

While 2020 was a year of loss and canceled plans for every country artist, few acts saw changes as big and disappointing to their tour calendar as Rascal Flatts. That's because the trio had planned to make 2020 their blowout final year as a band, complete with a Farewell Life Is a Highway Tour. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, Rascal Flatts had to cancel that run, and they didn't immediately share any plans to reschedule the shows they'd booked to say goodbye to their fans.
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Jay DeMarcus announces NASCAR sponsorship

Red Street Records – owned by Rascal Flatts’ member Jay DeMarcus – is set to debut the #23 car driven by Natalie Decker this Saturday, February 20th, during the NASCAR Xfinity Series. Two-time GRAMMY winner Jason Crabb’s face will grace the hood of the car as it makes rounds at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, FL. DeMarcus will also serve as the Grand Marshal for the SuperStart 188 At Daytona presented by O’Reilly Auto Parts (52 laps) for the Xfinity Series, which gets the green flag at 5 pm ET.
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Jay DeMarcus Describes How His Father Truly Was His ‘Music Man’

For Jay DeMarcus and his father, music was a bond that was impenetrable. The Rascal Flatts bassist and songwriter wrote and recorded "Music Man" after his dad's death in October, and is now talking about just how closely the song's title and message reflect their relationship. In a new behind-the-scenes...
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Jay DeMarcus Announces Red Street Records Sponsorship of NASCAR Driver Natalie Decker

Red Street Records – owned by Rascal Flatts’ member Jay DeMarcus – is proud to announce the label’s sponsorship of Natalie Decker as she joins RSS Racing, managed by Reaume Brothers Racing, for five races in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. This is a historic partnership – the first time a Christian music label has sponsored a NASCAR driver“We are thrilled to be partnering with Team Decker,” said Jay DeMarcus, owner of Red Street Records. “Natalie is on the cutting edge of the racing industry; her meteoric rise continues to be amazing and unprecedented! She is the next generation. We here at Red Street view our journey in much the same way: innovation, and “outside the box” thinking, have set us apart, in the same way that Natalie has been set apart as one of NASCAR’s youngest female drivers in history. That makes Team Decker and Red Street Records the perfect combination!” “I echo what Jay has expressed: we are beyond excited to work with Natalie and Team Decker,” said Mark Lusk President/General Manager of Red Street Records. “Her heart, drive and passion resonate so strongly with our team and we fully expect this to be a winning combination! LET’S RACE!” Also unveiled was the design of the car, with 2-time GRAMMY winner Jason Crabb – a Red Street Records artist – showcased on the hood of the car promoting his new single.
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Jay DeMarcus Announces NASCAR Sponsorship

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Red Street Records – owned by Rascal Flatts’ member Jay DeMarcus – is proud to announce the label’s sponsorship of Natalie Decker as she joins RSS Racing, managed by Reaume Brothers Racing, for five races in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. This is a historic partnership – the first time a Christian music label has sponsored a NASCAR driver.
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Jay DeMarcus Writes, Records Song In Tribute To His Late Father

AUSTIN, TX - MAY 06: (L-R) Musicians Joe Don Rooney, Jay DeMarcus and Gary LeVox of Rascal Flatts perform onstage during the 2017 iHeartCountry Festival, A Music Experience by AT&T at The Frank Erwin Center on May 6, 2017 in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Cooper Neill/Getty Images for iHeartMedia )
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Jay DeMarcus Releases 'Music Man' as a Tribute to Late Father

Rascal Flatts member Jay DeMarcus' father, Stanley Wayne DeMarcus, died in October, and the musician paid tribute to his late dad with a new song, "Music Man," released on Jan. 29. DeMarcus wrote the song to celebrate his dad's life and love of music, crediting his father as one of his biggest musical heroes and influences.
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Rascal Flatts’ Jay DeMarcus Tributes Father In Solo Release

Rascal Flatts’ Jay DeMarcus has released his first post RF solo release and it’s a tribute to his late father Stanley Wayne DeMarcus, who passed away in October of 2020. Sharing an emotional tribute to one of the biggest influences in his life, “Music Man” today (1/29), DeMarcus was moved to pen the tribute following the recent passing of his father by channeling his love and reflection as sole writer, producer, vocalist and instrumentalist on the track.
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Rascal Flatts' Jay DeMarcus Tributes Late Father In New Song, 'Music Man'

Rascal Flatts' Jay DeMarcus has shared a heartfelt tribute to his late father in a new solo track called "Music Man," released on Friday (January 29). Written, performed, and produced entirely by DeMarcus, the song celebrates his father, Stanley Wayne DeMarcus' life and love of music. To accompany the new song, DeMarcus also released a lyric video filled with photos of his dad.
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Rascal Flatts’ Jay DeMarcus shares heartfelt solo track

DeMarcus is sole writer, producer, vocalist and instrumentalist on deeply personal track. Rascal Flatts’ Jay DeMarcus is sharing an emotional tribute to one of the biggest influences in his life, sharing the touching “Music Man” via Big Machine Records. DeMarcus was moved to pen the tribute following the recent passing of his father Stanley Wayne DeMarcus, by channeling his love and reflection as sole writer, producer, vocalist and instrumentalist on the track. DeMarcus has long cited his late father as one of his biggest musical heroes and influences, with his father teaching him how to play music and nurturing a shared love of music throughout his childhood. Fans can also watch a special lyric video for “Music Man” below.
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Jay DeMarcus Honors Late Father with New Song, “Music Man” [Lyric Video]

Rascal Flatts star Jay DeMarcus is sharing an emotional tribute to one of the biggest influences in his life with his song “Music Man”! More here. Rascal Flatts star Jay DeMarcus is sharing an emotional tribute to one of the biggest influences in his life with his song “Music Man”. He was moved to pen the song following the recent passing of his father Stanley Wayne DeMarcus. Jay channeled his love and reflection as sole writer, producer, vocalist and instrumentalist on the track. The star has long cited his late father as one of his biggest musical heroes and influences, with his father teaching him how to play music and nurturing a shared love of music throughout his childhood. Watch the lyric video for “Music Man” below!
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Jay DeMarcus Reflects On What He'll Miss Most About Rascal Flatts

Rascal Flatts band members, Gary Levox, Jay DeMarcus, and Jon Don Rooney, are reflecting on their time together before going their separate ways in 2021. In a recent interview with their record label, DeMarcus opened up about what he'll miss about the band most, saying "I'm gonna miss the times that we shared together that no one knows about, that no one sees – the looks at each other on the stage, the moments that we look at each other and we know that we’re at our best. The time in the trenches that no one knows about that the three of us have shared together that have bonded us together for life is what I will miss the most."