So many country stars have lost equipment and personal items in the Nashville flood and the list keeps growing. Keith Urban told CNN this week that he and Brad Paisley, Vince Gill and Little Big Town lost their road gear where they stored it at the Nashville storage rental hub called Soundcheck, which sits on the edge of the Cumberland River in downtown Music City. It's also been reported that Toby Keith also kept his gear there and lost everything.
Now Rascal Flatts' Jay DeMarcus and Joe Don Rooney share that they, too, are victims of the Nashville flood and lost their gear at Soundcheck:
(Jay) "We've lost all of Joe Don's guitars, all of my guitars, all of our amps and road rigs, my Grand Piano that I take out with me, all of our drums - everything is gone." (Joe Don) "That's a tough one. Some of that stuff can be replaced, but, you know, some of the stuff was either given to us as a gift or you know, was an old vintage guitar, a vintage guitar bass guitar... A lot of that stuff can't be replaced. I think it hit a lot of people in Nashville on different levels, and in a way kind of equally 'cause we're all kind of saddened by the scenario. Gosh, our hearts go out to so many people."