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FGL BRING “SMOOTH” VIBES TO TELEVISION NETWORKS AUGUST 16

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Florida Georgia Line will bring their “Smooth” vibes across multiple television networks with back-to-back appearances next Wednesday (8/16), introducing their brand new single on both ABC’s CMA FEST: THE MUSICAL EVENT OF THE SUMMER (8 p.m. ET) and NBC’s LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS (12:35 a.m. ET). Taking over the night, the duo will also join Meyers for a desk-side chat.

FGL’s Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard penned “Smooth” alongside Nicolle Galyon and Jordan Schmidt, complementing their massively successful DIG YOUR ROOTS album. They are the only Country act since August 2016 to notch a PLATINUM album with three separate PLATINUM songs – consecutive chart-toppers “God, Your Mama, And Me,” “May We All,” and “H.O.L.Y.” (2x PLATINUM) – and one of only three to earn PLATINUM recognition for an album released in the last year. The feat adds to FGL’s already-impressive precious metal collection as all three of their full-length albums have now reached PLATINUM status or better.

 
FGL will keep the bases loaded this Saturday (8/12) as THE SMOOTH TOUR 2017 steps up to the plate at Chicago’s historic Wrigley Field. Each of the duo’s three headlining stadium sets (the first of their career) has SOLD OUT as the genre-defying phenoms share their stage with Pop idols Backstreet Boys, Hip-Hop icon Nelly and breakout Country star Chris Lane.
 
THE SMOOTH TOUR 2017 will roll on with Nelly and Lane – plus Ryan Hurd, Morgan Wallen, and Russell Dickerson on select dates – wrapping with a two-night stand in Atlanta’s Verizon Amphitheater October 20 – 21.
For more information on Florida Georgia Line and THE SMOOTH TOUR 2017, visit floridageorgialine.com.

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