Journey, Rascal Flatts team up for CMT Crossroads
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Even before Journey and Rascal Flatts got on stage together for CMT's Crossroads concert Super Bowl weekend, they were already in perfect harmony.
In an interview the day before the show, the bands were joking around together, finishing each other's sentences and hoping for a San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl victory. The bands belted out each other's hits Saturday night_ their rendition of "Don't Stop Believin'" could be heard on the streets of downtown New Orleans.
Rascal Flatts lead singer Gary LeVox called the concert a "dream come true."
The group said they plan to do some shows together for the summer.
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