Due West, a country band from Nashville that's been together for ten years now, are the next Rascal Flatts. They work hard together and love what they do.
Brad, one from the trio, said they have managed staying together so long by "treating it like a marriage" and "staying together for this kids... or in this case, the fans".
How can they not stay together when they sound so good together? Their harmonization differentiates them from other bands and is what makes them a little more amazing.
The key to their success, lead singer Tim said, was working hard and moving to Nashville. "You have to move to Nashville if you want to be in country," Tim said.
Due West will be performing in Utah a few times this summer. They are performing July 18 at the Ogden Amphitheater at 8 o'clock and again the 22nd of August at the Sandy Amphitheater.
Good Things Utah is giving away 2 pairs of tickets for GTU viewers. All you have to do is enter to win on www.good4utah.com/contests!