Florida Georgia Line Live Stream from Nashville Postponed Due to Winter Storm Sweeping the Nation

by Thad Mitchell

Country music fans hoping to catch Florida Georgia Line in an upcoming live performance will have to wait a little longer.

Then ultra popular country super duo consists of singers Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley. They were expecting perform live from Nashville via Amazon Music’s live stream in the near future. Florida Georgia Line now say they will be performing the show a week from Thursday on February 25.

The group was forced to reschedule their performance due to a massive winter storm that wreaked havoc throughout the Southeast. The winter storm hit Nashville pretty hard forcing plans for the performance to be reset. Florida Georgia Line is far from the only music artists to be affected by the hazardous weather condition plaguing a good portion of the United States. The group notes the rescheduling on social media, sharing a post regarding the new date and time.

“Due to inclement weather in Nashville, we are moving our Amazon Music live stream to Thursday, 2/25 at 7 p.m. CT on the Amazon Music app and their Twitch Channel. Keep listening to #LifeRollsOn and we look forward to performing for y’all next week.”

Florida Georgia Line Performing in Support of New Album

While fans are somewhat disappointed they won’t be getting live music this week, most are excited that the show is still on. Several fans used the comments section of the Instagram post to express their excitement over the upcoming performance. The post garnered more than 3,000 “likes” a short time after going live.

“We will be watching!” a social media user and Florida Georgia Line fan writes in the post’s comments section.

The country duo is celebrating (and likely to sing) their newest studio album “Life Roll On.” It is the fifth studio album for the group and is already doing quite well on country music chart. The album became available to the public just last week with its February 12 release.

Most recently, Florida Georgia Line appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” to perform their second single from the album, “Long Live.” The album’s first single “I Love My Country” was put out last March.