Check out which songs Swindell likes to listen to on the weekend and be sure to catch him on the Dig Your Roots Tour with Florida Georgia Line, The Cadillac Three and Kane Brown throughout the rest of the summer.
“H.O.L.Y.” is the lead single from FGL’s upcoming album Dig Your Roots, due out Aug. 26.
The iHeartRadio Music Festival will take place on September 23 and 24 right in the heart of Sin City at the T-Mobile Arena.
“I spend way to much of my valuable time worrying about my next post or how many comments or likes I got,” wrote Hubbard.
After gaining mega attention for her moving cover of Florida Georgia Line’s “H.O.L.Y.,” Tegan Marie caught the eye of Craig Campbell.
The special will be hosted by Brett Eldredge and Thomas Rhett.
Among the impressive list of 15 songs are collaborations with Tim McGraw, The Backstreet Boys and Ziggy Marley.
Florida Georgia Line is offering fans words of comfort with new music. Listen to a snippet of “Music Is Healing” here.
To celebrate National Kissing Day, Sounds Like Nashville has found the best kisses of country stars who honor this holiday anytime they want!
While many of you spent the patriotic holiday eating hotdogs and setting off those TNT-branded fireworks, country stars also got together with their closest friends and family to celebrate America’s 240th birthday.
FGL’s Brian Kelley dished on five of his favorite places to hang when he’s home in Music City.
The Backstreet Boys, yes the beloved 90s boy band, are working on a new project, and it appears that it’s a collaboration with Florida Georgia Line.
The duo’s third studio album was produced by their longtime producer Joey Moi and is set for release on Aug. 26.
“Being on the road with FGL last year, I got really close to Brian and Tyler and when you go separate ways, it kinda sucks,” Rhett says.
What does an ideal summer look like for the guys of Florida Georgia Line? Give them a tour and some Budweiser and they’ve got it made in the shade.
The CMA Fest party continued on Saturday night at Nashville’s Nissan Stadium.
Always raising the bar with their awards show performances, Florida Georgia Line wowed the CMT Awards crowd with their performance of their song, “H.O.L.Y.”
The one-minute video clip, posted on People Country, documents the special day from the getting ready process to the incredible sparkler-filled exit.
Bentley will be joined by Elle King to perform their hit, “Different for Girls,” and Cyrus will invite Cheap Trick to perform a music mash-up like no other.
Cole Swindell took Dierks Bentley’s new album title to heart as he got himself a giant shiner over Memorial Day Weekend.