When Big & Rich were the "Muzik Mafia," they performed with jugglers, fiddle players, people who blew fire, and hundreds of other people.
Big & Rich are a country music duo.
Big & Rich wrote Martina McBride's hit "She's a Butterfly" after they met a teenage girl at Vanderbilt Children's Hospital, who had brain cancer.
Big & Rich have a record deal with Warner Bros. Nashville.
Big & Rich helped launch the career of rappin' Cowboy Troy.
Big & Rich were part of the "Deuces Wild" tour with the Warren Brothers and Brooks & Dunn.
John Rich is the godfather of Big Kenny's son, Lincoln William Holiday.
In 2004, Big & Rich's hit single, "Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy," was used on ESPN as the featured song in commercials for the World Series of Poker.
Big & Rich's debut album "Horse Of A Different Color" went all the way to number one on both the all genre Billboard chart and the Billboard country music chart.
Before they were "Big & Rich," John and Kenny first performed under the name "Muzik Mafia."
Big Kenny & John Rich produced both of their own albums.
Big & Rich have gone multi-platinum.
At the 39th Annual CMA Awards, they were nominated for Vocal Duo of the Year and the Horizon Award.
"Comin' to Your City", Big & Rich's 2nd album, was released on November 15, 2005.
Their first album, "Horse of a Different Color" was released in May of 2004.
They met in 1998 when they started collaborating on songs.
John Rich: We wanted to do it on the worst night of the week in the weirdest place in town, so that if anybody showed up, they'd be there because they wanted to hear music, not because they wanted to schmooze.