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Date: March 10 Name: Rascal Flatts AKA: "No Talentt Ass Clowns" Genre: Pop-country Best Known Song(s): "What Hurts the Most," "Bless the Broken Road," "I Want it That Way Key Demographic: Hannah Montana fans looking to butch up their image, people who've never heard the name "Waylon Jennings" Previous HLSR Appearances: 2001, 2005, 2008-09 Houston Connections, If Any: We rank third in the nation on a list of cities that would most like to throw the band off a skyscraper (behind Chicago and surprise runner-up Cleveland)

If You Like This, Chances Are You'll Like:

Nelson, the

Party Posse

, puncturing your eardrum with an ice pick

Odds of Wearing a Hat:

12%

Because He/She's Bald?

No, but Stetsons don't mix very well with

Joico's Ice Spiker

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