Broadcasting from Brian Kelley’s living room, he and his partner Tyler Hubbard were at-ease and comfortable, donning sweatpants while hanging out with family members and friends. “We hope through this next song that we can encourage you guys a little bit, lift y’all up,” said Hubbard. “This song could not ring more true for us as we sit around and count our blessings and hang out with our families, thinking about what we’re grateful for.”
The talented twosome sprinted effortlessly through the chorus and first verse of their family-centric rendition. “Blessings” resides on their 2019 album Can’t Say I Ain’t Country. Last month, Florida Georgia Line showcased their altruism during the COVID-19 pandemic, by gifting their Nashville restaurant employees $1,000 each due to early closure.
“@fglhouse would be nothing without our amazing staff,” the bandmates shared on Instagram. “We know it takes a village, and we’re so thankful for all 117 of you and we hope this helps out while the bar and restaurant is closed.”
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