Rascal Flatts is an American country music group founded in Columbus, Ohio composed of Gary LeVox (born Gary Wayne Vernon, Jr.; July 10, 1970), Jay DeMarcus (born Stanley Wayne DeMarcus, Jr.; April 26, 1971), both of whom are second cousins, and Joe Don Rooney (born September 15, 1975). Their popular hit singles include "Praying for Daylight", "These Days", "Bless the Broken Road", and "What Hurts the Most".

They recorded "Walk the Llama, Llama" for the 2001 soundtrack and DVDs of the Disney animated movie The Emperor's New Groove.

They later recorded a cover version of Tom Cochrane's "Life is a Highway" for the Disney/Pixar animated movie Cars. Their version was later released as a bonus track on their 2006 hit album Me and My Gang.

In 2015, Rascal Flatts did a cover version of "Let It Go" from the Disney animated movie Frozen on the We Love Disney album, alongside Lucy Hale.