Artists are married to creative ideas, and sometimes to each other! Stars like Lauren and Bogie, George and Gracie, Liz and Richard -- all sparkle from the past. Their romances hit the headlines as much as their films. More recent Hollywood celebs Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart or Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick may come to mind. What about some contemporary musical couples not yet household names?
Rascal Flatts is one of the most successful country crossover acts of the past decade. The award-winning trio has released eight studio records in 10 years and sold more than 21 million albums.
So why did the group recently consider breaking up?
"We had reached a crossroads to where we needed to dig deep to see if we, in fact, had the fire and hunger that we did when we first started out — to keep trying to forge ahead and be better than we'd been and push ourselves to be creatively energized again," bass player Jay DeMarcus says.