Luke Bryan and Florida Georgia Line had some pretty big shoes to fill at a recent show in Cincinnati, Ohio -- and they did a great job. The three performed a cover of Tim McGraw's "Where the Green Grass Grows," which got the crowd singing along.

McGraw released the song in July of 1998, as a single from his Everywhere record. It hit No. 1 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart.

FGL were in Cincinnati to serve as the opening act for Bryan's 2015 Kick the Dust Up Tour stop in the city. The three men have been known to cover a few different tunes, including Alabama‘s “Mountain Music” and Journey's "Open Arms," during Bryan's set. In Cincinnati, they also performed "This Is How We Roll" together; the song, from Florida Georgia Line's 2012 debut album, Here's to the Good Times, features Bryan on guest vocals.

Bryan just released his latest single, "Strip It Down," from his upcoming Kill the Lights album. Bryan will perform the new tune on Friday (Aug. 7) on Good Morning America, to celebrate his new record's release. The Georgia native will also live stream his New York City concert that evening.

“I am so excited to be getting this new music out to my fans and cannot wait to be onstage and enjoy the album release night with them,” Bryan says.

Bryan's next scheduled Kick the Dust Up Tour stop is on Aug. 15, in Brownsville, Ore. See a complete list of shows on his website.

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