People Are Not A Fan Of Rascal Flatts’ Daytona 500 Performance
Woof. It's been a rough weekend for musicians.
Fergie's national anthem at the 2018 NBA All-Star Game caused the internet to go into a frenzy because, well, it wasn't great. However, she's not the only huge act to have tongues wagging.
Over the weekend, Rascal Flatts performed at the Daytona 500 pre-race show. People were not happy with the set - most notably, their most recent hit 'Yours If You Want It.'
Twitter users were harsh, to put it nicely. They called the performance "horrible" and "terrible," among other things.
The song did start off a bit rocky but it started to go noticeably downhill around the 2 minute mark. You can watch the performance above.
I will say this: everyone knows Rascal Flatts CAN sing, whether you are a fan of their music or not. It's pretty obvious once the song starts that there is some kind of issue with the audio. As the song continues, you can tell the mixing is off. As a result, there seems to be a domino effect with the band not being able to hear themselves well enough to sing on tune or harmonize.
I don't know much about how all of that works, but again, it is pretty obvious there is some kind of issue with the audio that is throwing them off. Gary LeVox is known for having one of the best voices in country music and so it's a bummer that this happened.
If you want to see them take on the song on more comfortable turf, you can watch their Opry performance of it below.