Rushlow Harris is an American country music duo composed of Tim Rushlow and Doni Harris, who are first cousins. Tim Rushlow was a vocalist for the band Little Texas until 1997, and was later a solo recording artist for Atlantic Records from 2000 to 2001. Both he and Harris were also members of a sextet called Rushlow, which recorded an album for Lyric Street Records in 2003. Formed in 2006, Rushlow Harris was signed to Show Dog Nashville, a label owned by country singer Toby Keith.
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Rushlow was an American country music band founded in 2003 by Tim Rushlow, who was originally the lead vocalist of the country music band Little Texas until 1997, when he left for a solo career. In addition to Tim Rushlow, who assumed the role of lead vocalist, the group was composed of his first cousin Doni Harris (banjo, acoustic guitar, vocals), as well as Kurt Allison (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, vocals), Tully Kennedy (bass guitar, vocals), Rich Redmond (drums), and Billy Welch (keyboards).
Signed to Lyric Street Records in 2003, Rushlow released two singles and one album (Right Now) on the label that year. Rushlow and Harris later recorded as Rushlow Harris for the Show Dog Nashville label in 2006.