Exclusive Access: Gary LeVox's Fast Cars and Freedom Farms Hunting Property

Exclusive Access: Gary LeVox's Fast Cars and Freedom Farms Hunting Property

Photo by Russ Harrington.

After a stellar 15-year musical career highlighted by a dozen No. 1 singles and more than 30 million albums sold, Rascal Flatts frontman Gary LeVox offers no pretense about superstardom and makes no apologies for staying true to a rural identity forged during a blue-collar upbringing in the farm country of Central Ohio.

"A lot of people in my position are musicians who became hunters. I was a hunter who just happened to become a musician," he said. "This was my life way before I even knew music. My brother and I grew up raising beagles at 8 or 9 years old. Running rabbits was our big thing. So, it has been my life. Music is truly what I do, and hunting and the outdoors is truly who I am."

We were recently afforded an opportunity to spend some time with LeVox at Fast Cars and Freedom Farms, his 2,000-acre hunting retreat deep in the hills of Tennessee, for exclusive, behind-the-scenes access of his hunting property and to talk what it means to live country.

And be sure to enter the Country Superstar Sweepstakes for your chance to win a Gary LeVox autographed Epiphone Les Paul guitar in the new Mossy Oak Break-Up Country camo and other great prizes from Bowtech, ScentLok and Mossy Oak!

mar_covPick up the March issue of Petersen's Bowhunting for the Christian Berg's full article with Gary LeVox on his blue-collar roots, bowhunting dreams and living the country lifestyle.

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