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Florida Georgia Line Confess Boy-Band Love, Cover Backstreet Boys in Concert: Watch

Florida Georgia Line photographed in 2016.
Jim Wright

Florida Georgia Line photographed in 2016.

From bro country to bro bands, Florida Georgia Line has got it figured out. On the group's Dig Your Roots Tour, Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard have been treating audience to medleys of some of their favorite songs and at a recent show treated the audience to a cover of the Backstreet Boys' 1997 hit "Everybody (Backstreet's Back)."

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Speaking to the audience in Rapid City, South Dakota, Kelley begins introducing the track by stating that Backstreet Boys was his first concert. After which, Hubbard added that the first CD he ever bought was Backstreet Boys. Go figure. 

"So you're telling me that you definitely know a couple songs, right?" said Kelly. 

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"I love the Backstreet Boys. Sometimes I think that we are the Backstreet Boys," replied Hubbard, before the two paused and started into the classic track. 

Watch a fan-shot video here:

The Backstreet Boys later complimented the cover online: