Rascal Flatts’ hit single ‘This Everyday Love’ shows-off band’s bowling skills

Rascal Flatts

On August 7th, 2000, the legendary country group Rascal Flatts released their hit song ‘This Everyday Love.’ Their blend of country, pop, and rock has made Rascal Flatts one of the most successful country groups and crossover acts in music. Can you name any other hit records from Rascal Flatts?

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The performance video starts with a sign on a bowling alley that says, ‘Tournament Tonight.’ The band walks through the scene and gets a bunch of looks from others in the alley. At the back wall, they see the trophy.

The band starts bowling and also singing on stage. The competition is fierce, and other bowlers are trying to get the trophy. We also catch a glimpse of the band in the recording studio.

The song ends with the band winning the trophy and facing all the angry bowlers. They grab the trophy and run out of the bowling alley. They finish the song on the stage, holding the trophy.

‘This Everyday Love’ was written by Gene Nelson and Danny Wells and recorded by Rascal Flatts. It was released in August 2000 as the second single from the band’s self-titled debut album.

‘This Everyday Love’ peaked at number 9 on the Billboard Hot Country Tracks and Singles chart. Rascal Flatts have sold millions of records and scored platinum albums with every release.

The album ‘Rascal Flatts’ had hits including ‘Prayin’ for Daylight,’ ‘While You Loved Me,’ and ‘I’m Movin’ On.’ The group had tremendous success after its debut release for over two decades.

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