Two of modern country’s most consistently successful acts, Jason Aldean and Florida Georgia Line, kicked off the 2019 ACM Awards with a debut performance of their “Can’t Hide Red” collaboration off FGL’s Can’t Say I Ain’t Country album.
Aldean kicked off the performance of the hard-rocking track, with Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley coming in for the second verse. “You can’t hide red/ We were born this way/ You can’t hide red/ You can see it everything,” the two artists belt on the song’s anthemic chorus.
Aldean, the reigning three-time winner for entertainer of the year, is up for the award again this year, as well as musical event of the year (for Miranda Lambert duet “Drowns the Whiskey). Florida Georgia Line is up for duo of the year, and will compete against Aldean in musical event (for their Bebe Rexha collab “Meant to Be”).
Aldean will also be the evening’s recipient of the Dick Clark artist of the decade award.
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