Jay DeMarcus (born Stanley Wayne DeMarcus, Jr.; April 26, 1971) is an American bassist, vocalist, pianist, record producer and songwriter. He is a member of the country group Rascal Flatts.
DeMarcus co-founded the contemporary Christian music group East to West and moved to Nashville, Tennessee in 1993. In 1997, after East to West disbanded, he called his second cousin, Gary LeVox, with whom he played with when they were younger, and convinced him to come to Nashville and provide some harmonies on Michael English’s album Gospel, for which he was producing. They engineered the album together, and became English’s back-up band. The album was nominated for the Dove Award for Inspirational Song of the Year.
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