Florida Georgia Line’s ‘Life Rolls On’ Livestream to Serve as Nashville Bombing Victims Benefit
Florida Georgia Line will celebrate the release of their fifth album, Life Rolls On, with a livestream concert from the duo's FGL House restaurant and bar in Nashville. The show will also serve as a benefit for the local businesses affected by the Christmas Day bombing in Music City.
The "New Truck"-singing twosome — composed of Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley — are teaming up with Amazon Music to broadcast the concert, doubted Life Rolls On From the FGL House. As People reports, it will premiere on Feb. 17 at 9PM ET via the Amazon Music Twitch channel and from within the Amazon Music mobile app; Life Rolls On, the duo's new album, arrives on Friday (Feb. 12).
Before the Florida Georgia Line performance begins, CMT personality Cody Alan will moderate a Q&A session with Hubbard and Kelley to talk more about Life Rolls On and the inspiration behind it. The virtual event will benefit the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee's Nashville Neighbors Fund, an outreach supporting those affected by the bombing that took place Christmas morning (Dec. 25) in downtown Nashville, not far from FGL House.
"We can't think of a better reason to team up with our CMT family and hit the stage at FGL House in support of our fellow downtown Nashville merchants affected by the bombing," Florida Georgia Line say in a statement. "We've been missing the road, our band and especially our fans.
"With the help of our friends at Amazon Music," they add, "we'll be playing and livestreaming tunes from Life Rolls On and can't wait to share some good vibes with our community. Tune in y'all!"
Listeners have already gotten a chance to hear the album's "I Love My Country" and "Long Live" — in addition to "New Truck" and the LP's title track — before Life Rolls On's release. The upcoming collection is Florida Georgia Line's first studio effort since 2019's Can't Say I Ain't Country.