During his set for the popular morning talk show, Aldean busted out his best for tracks like “Night Train,” “Lights Come On,” “When She Says Baby,” and more.
Stopping by the show to promote their anticipated upcoming album, Dig Your Roots, FGL explored their competitive sides as they battled against Fallon and guests Aaron Paul and Tig Notaro for the final beer cup.
As Florida Georgia Line is gearing up to release their third album, it’s time to look back at the phenomenon that kick started their career.
Florida Georgia Line have been promising a more mature sound with their third album Dig Your Roots and the duo more than deliver.
“‘God, Your Mama, and Me’ is just such a well-written song. A song that when we heard it, we fell in love with it,” explained Hubbard about the pop-country collaboration.
“We have to thank them for a lot of inspiration and a lot of creative freedom,” FGL’s Tyler Hubbard says of their wives.
“B.K. has lead on a few more songs which is really cool,” explains Tyler Hubbard.
Some of music’s biggest names have voiced their opinion on the pros & cons of streaming and now, Florida Georgia Line is sharing theirs.
“It is a dream come true and honestly, I’m still the same person, I haven’t changed at all,” Brown said of his whirlwind life.
To celebrate their new album, Florida Georiga Line partnered with Pandora for a listening party in Nashville to give a preview of what’s to come in their next chapter.
As an admirer of songwriting, Rice knew that his latest single, “Everybody We Know Does,” sounded like something he would say, so he had to make it his own.
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!