Gary LeVox Drops Pure Country Track, ‘Get Down Like That’ [WATCH]

Gary LeVox is returning to his country roots with his very country new track, “Get Down Like That.” The song follows LeVox’s faith-based One on One EP, released in 2021, after the disbanding of Rascal Flatts after 20 years.

Thomas Rhett, Ashley Gorley, HARDY and Jesse Frasure penned “Get Down Like That,” which celebrates everything about rural living.

“I’ve loved this song from the first time I heard it and I hope y’all love it too,” LeVox says. “If you ain’t from a town like that, don’t worry we’re gonna show you how to get down like that. Turn it up loud!”

The Ohio native says he was drawn to “Get Down Like That” because of the uptempo track’s message, one he hopes will resonate with his fans as much as it did with him.

“Basically, it’s just about getting out of the city, getting out in the country and kind of living the lifestyle that we live, “LeVox shares with his record label. “I love it so much … It’s just about what we drive, what we do out here in the country. It’s just a country lifestyle and the way that we love to live.“

LeVox has been busy making new music since Rascal Flatts broke up, a decision that he later revealed was not one he wanted to make.

“I wasn’t happy that Joe Don quit … It kind of came out of nowhere,” LeVox told People last year. “It was like, ‘Let me try to wrap my head around this.’ And then I certainly wasn’t OK with the pandemic, which canceled everything. I hate the way that it ended. I hate that we didn’t get to do this farewell tour. I can’t stand the fact that it just feels there’s no closure with something that we’ve been so blessed with. That will always be in my heart.”

LeVox admits choosing to release music on his own, including with One on One, filled him with a myriad of emotions, after spending more than two decades as part of the award-winning trio.

“It was it was exciting and it was fun and it was fresh because I was using new players and new producers and new mics, and just everything new,” LeVox told Everything Nash and other outlets at a virtual media event. “There was no pressure. I didn’t feel any pressure. I was doing songs that I wanted to do. It wasn’t a whole lot different than when we were still working [together], because I would always go do my vocals first and then they would do their stuff. We wouldn’t do it together in the same room. But knowing what I was doing and knowing that I’m doing this on my own and they’re doing their own thing,  it was bittersweet. But I was thrilled to be doing the music, and I was just going to sing like it was the first time that I ever had.”

“Get Down Like That” is available at