Rascal Flatts sold out their recent concert at New York's Madison Square Garden, and in doing so earned a spot in the history books. They are the very first country act to sell out the venue three years in a row. Nearly 45,000 fans have attended the three tour stops at Madison Square Garden since 2006.

"We love the energy when we play in the Garden," says guitarist Joe Don Rooney. "There is nothing like performing for our fans in New York City."

Rascal Flatts' 'Bob That Head' tour runs through March 14 with Jessica Simpson opening, but that's just the beginning for the trio in '09. Their new album 'Unstoppable' is due in stores April 7 and they've just announced that J. C. Penney will be sponsor the 'Rascal Flatts American Living Unstoppable' tour which kicks off June 5.

The band is slated to hit 60 cities across the nation over the next two years.