Florida Georgia Line Put On Sexy Concert During 2014 ACM Awards

Sun, April 6, 2014 8:42pm EST by 3 Comments
Florida Georgia Line Performance ACM Awards
Courtesy of CBS

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Posted at 11:38 AM on June 12, 2014  

hi guys

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Posted at 4:58 PM on April 8, 2014  

You need to check your facts before writing – while it’s true FGL performed “Stay” which was aired live during the ACM award, but they were actually not at the venue at MGM – they were at the Events Center at Mandalay Bay. Luke Bryan came to the events center during the awards broadcast and they performed “This is how we roll” together and it was amazing. However, they had not already performed a full set show. After the ACM awards show ended they then performed for nearly 2 hours to the audience at Mandalay Bay. I was there.

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Posted at 6:51 AM on April 7, 2014  

That was the worst performance from any artist I have seen for awhile-this duo was not entertaining, the bicycle riders in the back may have been, but this duo was not. We turned the channel after that joke of a “country” performance. The vocals were a joke, (maybe have the band play a little more quietly when you don’t have a strong voice), and the whole get up seemed like we were being punked, (the clothes, the actions). Then Luke Bryan, who I thought was a pretty good, respectable artist comes out in skinny jeans trying to act like those fools?! The whole thing was just weird. I cannot believe that is what country music has become.

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