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Today, Larry Stewart, lead singer of legendary country group Restless Heart spoke out following his performance at last week’s presidential inauguration in Washington D.C.

“It was such an honor to be asked to represent our country and to be a part of that historic event,” says Stewart. “The concert celebrating the incoming president was the largest crowd I’ve performed for in my career. We were told there were nearly a million people. Amazing!”

Last Thursday, Stewart along with Lonestar‘s Richie McDonald and Tim Rushlow, formerly of Little Texas, collectively known as the Frontmen of Country, represented Nashville as they performed at the Make America Great Again concert at the Lincoln Memorial.  Watch the performance footage, HERE.

Stewart continues, “Performing those Restless Heart hits on so many major national news networks in America was absolutely incredible. However, there were a few news stories implying I was no longer the lead singer of Restless Heart. That’s not true. I’m still with the band doing almost 100 concerts a year.”

The five original members of Restless Heart, John Dittrich, Dave Innis, Paul Gregg, Greg Jennings, and Stewart, are entering their 34th year on the road.  Find more information and current tour dates at www.restlessheartband.com.

About Restless Heart  Larry Stewart, John Dittrich, Greg Jennings, Paul Gregg and Dave Innis, the men who make up Restless Heart, have enjoyed one of the most successful group careers in country music history. The band has placed over 25 singles on the charts with six consecutive #1 hits, four of their albums have been certified Gold by the RIAA and they have won a wide range of awards from many organizations including the Academy of Country Music’s “Top Vocal Group.”

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Today, Larry Stewart, lead singer of legendary country group Restless Heart spoke out following his performance at last week's presidential inauguration in Washington D.C.'It was such an honor to be asked to represent our country and to be a part of that historic event,' says Stewart. 'The concert celebrating...