We are swooning SO hard right now over Florida Georgia Line’s performance of ‘May We All’ at the CMT AOTY Awards! The evening is all about embracing your inner country bumpkin, and these two hunks knew exactly to make our cowboys boots dance! Read up on their concert, here.
Florida Georgia Line‘s new album Dig Your Roots is all the rage right now, so it’s no wonder the crowd went wild when they bro-country group performed hit single “May We All” at the CMT AOTY Awards! Vocalists Brian Kelley, 31, and Tyler Hubbard, 29, really brought their A-game on Oct. 20 — but it would’ve been great to see Tim McGraw on stage with them since he’s featured on the song.
The music video for “May We All” is about having a good time, feeling adventurous, and driving speedy race cars, which is exactly the type of energy these guys brought to their show. Starting out with a BANG, Florida Georgia Line opened the show, which sets a pretty high bar for the rest of the singers! They also won the first award of the night! Congrats, guys.
This is the fourth time Florida Georgia Line has performed at the CMT events, so you know they’re seasoned pros! The last time we saw the talented duo at the CMTs, they ruled the stage in Nashville, Tennesee with their heartwarming track “Holy,” which had more of a relaxed feel to it. “Holy” is a song dedicated to their beautiful wives, Brittney Marie Cole and Hayley Stommel, so it was only fitting that picture of their weddings were projected onto the big screen…and we can’t get even a text back. Not fair!
Speaking of Dig Your Roots’ massive successful, Tyler explains that all their hard work has finally paid off! “That’s something we’ve been working on for quite a while, definitely over a year, but just to have it out now just feels great,” he revealed on a segment of CMT Hot 20 Countdown. Florida Georgia Line are currently on tour through Dec., so be sure to check out when they’ll be playing in your city!
HollywoodLifers, what did you think of Florida Georgia Line’s performance? Did it blow your socks off?