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Country Band Rascal Flatts Making Special Appearance in 'Hannah Montana'

June 5, 2008 (4:19 am) GMT
The awards-winning country group known for their songs such as 'These Days', 'My Wish' and 'Take Me There' is going to appear and perform in the movie adaptation of 'Hannah Montana' TV series.
Rascal Flatts

As if the making of "" is not enough to excite many young fans of , the comedy musical film will be having a special appearance from a Grammy Award-winning country group. On Wednesday, June 4, it has been confirmed that "Take Me There" hitmaker are going to take a part in the teenage flick.

On the matter, a spokeswoman for the group's Lyric Street Records announced that the band composed of Gary LeVox, Jay DeMarcus and Joe Don Rooney will appear as well as perform in the Walt Disney Pictures' movie. Additionally, Flatts' Nashville-based record label is a part of the Disney Music Group through which Cyrus and her father also record their albums. Other than those information, further details about the "Bless the Broken Road" singers' appearance aren't put out.

Set to be directed by Peter Chelsom, "Hannah Montana" is a movie adaptation from the hit Disney television series of the same name. The film expected to come out on May 1, 2009 features its original stars, including Cyrus, Billy Ray, , and as well as newcomers such as . It is currently undergoing its production in and around Nashville, Tennessee.

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