Florida Georgia Line Performs “Simple” on Late Night TV

Recent Teen Choice Country Song winners and Billboard’s first Trailblazer Award recipients, Florida Georgia Line, comprised of Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley, performed their top 10 (and rising) hit “Simple” on The Late Late Show with James Corden on Tuesday night. “We’re obsessed with Florida Georgia Line, it’s just that simple,” tweeted Corden, after FGL’s performance.

In “Simple” fashion, the entertainers, had the crowd at Studio 56 on their feet, as they performed their first single off their highly anticipated fourth studio album, slated to be released in early 2019 on Big Machine Label Group. Dowsed in a romantic, sepia filter, with old-school attire, dawned by the band, FGL gave a nod to the vibe of the “Simple” music video, which was released back in June. Between the catchy melodies and the effortless sound of the record, the dynamic duo had the crowd clapping along throughout the entire lively performance.

Check out FGL’s performance of “Simple” above. After record-breaking success with their single “Meant to Be,” and rising success for “Simple,” the dynamic duo have been described as “unstoppable” and potentially the biggest act in country music right now. Next, the singers take their talent on the road, making stops in multiple states, including Oklahoma, Iowa, and Florida, with a special stop in Indianapolis, Indiana for the outdoor event taking place on Saturday, September 8th, FGL Fest, featuring other artists, such as Cole Swindell, Raelynn, and Stephanie Quayle.

Check out additional tour dates here, and make sure to keep checking our calendar for any New York City dates that may be added.

 

—————————-

Thank You for supporting Country Music in NYC!

Subscribe to our Weekly Round-Up here 
for ticket giveaways, meet & greet contests, upcoming events,
and all things country music in the New York metro area and beyond!

+ Follow our country music adventures on InstagramTwitter & Facebook:

0 replies

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.