WATCH: Florida-Georgia Line, Luke Bryan Destroy ‘This Is How We Roll’ at 2014 ACM Awards

by Quentin Blount

Country music stars Florida Georgia Line and Luke Bryan shared the stage during the 2014 ACM Awards to sing FGL’s single, “This Is How We Roll.”

The reigning Entertainer of the Year teamed up with the 2014 Vocal Duo of the Year onstage at the 2014 ACM Awards to deliver a memorable performance.

Florida Georgia Line and Luke Bryan literally lit up the stage with their performance of “This Is How We Roll.” The trio sang to a backdrop of fireworks. Meanwhile, dirt bikers were ramping and doing stunts, and the whole experience was no doubt a fun, party atmosphere, even if it was just for a few minutes.

The group brought different aspects from their absolutely incredible music video to the ACM Awards stage.

“That’s gonna be a performance that we’re gonna really wanna mentally slow down and mentally just slow it down and try to enjoy that as much as possible,” Brian Kelley, 28 at the time, told WWGP radio. “To be back and have a year under our belt of touring and madness, I think we’re very excited, man. We’re gonna make a statement with the performance and go big for sure. It’s Vegas. You got to.”

The Florida Georgia Line duo is made up of Kelley and Tyler Hubbard. It also includes Bryan on the single version of the song, which is from their platinum-selling Here’s to the Good Times album, as well as in the accompanying video for the song.

Florida Georgia Line was already feeling good before their performance even began. They were named the ACM Vocal Duo of the Year earlier in the broadcast. Take a look at the electric performance below:

Florida Georgia Line Member Working With Tim McGraw

It seems as though country star Tim McGraw is getting his wish in working with Florida Georgia Line again. The musician recently teased a collaboration with FGL’s Tyler Hubbard a few days ago.

McGraw posted a behind-the-scenes snapshot of the two working together on Instagram. Both McGraw and Hubbard are in the studio with nothing but smiles in the black and white photograph.

On Instagram, McGraw wrote, “Can’t wait to show you what @tylerhubbard and I have been workin on #undivided.”

McGraw and Hubbard have worked together previously with fellow FGL member Brian Kelly on “May We All.” Subsequently, during a re-release of the song, McGraw had said that he wanted to work with the duo again. If his recent Instagram photo is any indication, it seems like he and Hubbard have something in the works.

“I think down the road we should do another song and do a sequel to that one,” McGraw said. “I think we left that whole video set up to be a series.”