Jay DeMarcus (left) of the country music trio “Rascal Flatts,” and his mother Caron Myers (right) pose April 9, 2010 with Pluto in front of Cinderella Castle at the Magic Kingdom in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. DeMarcus took his mother to Walt Disney World to celebrate her 60th birthday. (Diana Zalucky, photographer)
Disney’s country label Lyric Street has launched a brand new website in honor of its artist Rascal Flatts who celebrate ten years in the industry in 2010. The new site reminisces across the past decades with a photo collage, a length history of awards and recognitions and a complete discography.
Also pictured on the site is what appears to be cover art for an album titled 10 Years featuring a large X (Roman numeral for ten) promising a September 2010 release (although October seems like it would be a more obvious choice) along with a host of ways for loyal fans to interact.
BURBANK, Calif. – (Business Wire) For Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus fans worldwide the wait is nearly over. The eagerly anticipated “Hannah Montana The Movie,” arrives in movie theaters April 10. Setting the stage for the film’s premiere is the Walt Disney Records soundtrack CD, which features 18 tracks — including 14 brand new songs — performed by Miley, Billy Ray Cyrus, Taylor Swift, Rascal Flatts and Steve Rushton. The CD arrives in stores March 24, while the debut single, “The Climb,” by Miley Cyrus, is already #6 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart.
The fun-filled adventure film stars Miley along with real-life father Billy Ray Cyrus, Vanessa Williams (“Ugly Betty”) and all of Miley’s young co-stars of “Hannah Montana.” The Walt Disney Records soundtrack boasts plenty of pop gems, including “You’ll Always Find Your Way Back Home” (co-written by Taylor Swift), “Let’s Get Crazy,” “The Good Life ” “Let’s Do This,” “Spotlight,” “What’s Not To Like” and a new version of “The Best Of Both Worlds,” all performed by Miley as Hannah Montana; “The Climb” (Produced by John Shanks), “Don’t Walk Away,” “Dream” and “Hoedown Throwdown” by Miley Cyrus; and “Butterfly Fly Away,” a tender and unforgettable duet by Miley and Billy Ray, produced by Glen Ballard.