In the words of "Anything Goes," Florida Georgia Line brought the songs AND the party to Jiffy Lube Live in front of a sold out crowd on Saturday, August 3!
Their Can't Say I Ain't Country Tour brought pyro, hit-after-hit, an entrance on 4x4s...and did we mention pyro? Fans knew every word to every song and they even surprised us by bringing out opener Hardy for "Yall Boys," Morgan Wallen for "Up Down" and Canaan Smith for "Get Your Shine On." In addition, they treated fans to a throwback track off of their first album, "Hell Raising Heat Of The Summer."
Before the show, they caught up with Corey backstage and he decided to turn the tables on them! He asked them if they were on the other side of an interview and were the ones asking the questions, what would they ask?! Take a listen below!
Dan + Shay took the stage right before FGL and we think it is safe to say that Jiffy Lube Live likes "Tequila." The venue seemingly began to shake when the audience sang back the chorus to them at the end of their set and all of the seats lit up with cell phones. In addition, they also sang classics like "From The Ground Up" and "19 You + Me" as well as tracks from their recent self-titled album like "Keeping Score" and "Alone Together."
When they joined our backstage broadcast earlier in the day, Corey had the question we all want the answer to: could a line of tequila be coming from Dan + Shay?! We also found out that the guys have Shawn Mendes & Ed Sheeran shows on their to-do list!
When we saw the mullet and cutoff flannel take the stage, we knew it had to be Morgan Wallen! He entertained us from start to finish with "The Way I Talk" and "Whiskey Glasses" among others...and of course "Up Down" was in the setlist! This was actually one of two times this song was performed during the show because he came out at the end of FGL's set to properly sing the song with them.
Morgan jumped on a mic during our backstage broadcast and when Corey asked what was something he learned from being on tour with FGL, Dan + Shay, Hardy & Canaan Smith...he said one of those guys is the funniest person he's ever met!
And before Morgan took the stage, Hardy made left his mark on the crowd! While a lot of people may not know his name yet, they've heard his music! Hardy was a co-writer on FGL's "Simple," Morgan Wallen + FGL's "Up Down" & Blake Shelton's "God's Country"...just to name a few. He entertained the crowd with his own tracks like "Rednecker" and "4x4" as well as his rendition of "God's Country."
He caught up with Corey backstage and he hilariously told us how he was on stage with FGL and they asked him to shotgun a beer but he didn't have a bottle opener...but he did have a lighter!
And as a surprise to the crowd, Canaan Smith came out between Morgan Wallen and Dan + Shay's set to perform two songs for the crowd!