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Florida Georgia Linethe last partnership of which includes a charitable component.
On Wednesday, it was announced that the country duo (consisting of Brian Kelley, 35, and Tyler Hubbard, 34) have teamed up with Amazon Music to announce their live virtual show, titled Life goes by from the FGL house. The upcoming concert – which kicks off February 17 at 9 p.m. EST on the Amazon Music Twitch Channel and in the Amazon Music mobile app – supports the couple’s new album Life goes on, out Friday. The two will participate in a question-and-answer session moderated by the CMT Cody Alain before their performances.
Florida Georgia Line will entertain listeners from inside its downtown Nashville restaurant and bar, FGL House. Virtual event will benefit the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee’s Nashville Neighbors Fund in efforts to provide cash grants to local businesses that have been affected by Christmas day bombing in Nashville.
“We have definitely missed the road, our band and especially our fans,” Florida Georgia Line said in a joint statement. “We can’t think of a better reason to team up with our CMT family and take the stage at FGL House to support our fellow merchants in downtown Nashville affected by the bombing.”
“With the help of our friends at Amazon Music, we will be playing and live streaming songs from Life goes on, and I look forward to sharing good vibes with our community. All of you plug in! “
Florida Georgia Line, Amazon Music, CMT, and Big Machine Label Group each donated to the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee’s Nashville Neighbors Fund, while fans can make their own donations during the live broadcast via Tiltify.
The explosion, which occurred on Christmas morning, left at least two officers and three civilians injured, according to ABC News.