Florida Georgia Line will go coast to coast this week, promoting their new album, Here’s To The Good Times… This Is How We Roll, which hit stores November 25. After yesterday’s visit to Chelsea Lately, the duo is now headed to New York City to visit NBC’s Late Night with Jimmy Fallon on November 27, a stop that is always fun for the pair.
“Those late night shows are always a blast, and Jimmy Fallon, we’ve been on there before and it’s always a good time,” Brian Kelley said. “It’s always a little different so you never know exactly what to expect, which makes it interesting for us, but Jimmy Fallon’s awesome. I can’t wait to get to shake his hand again and be on the show.”
On Thanksgiving Day, Florida Georgia Line will appear in “The 87th Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade” which airs live on NBC Thanksgiving morning at 9 a.m. ET. They will then round out the week with a performance on ABC’s Good Morning America on Friday, November 29, before flying to a sold-out show at Billy Bob’s in For Worth, Texas on that night.
“This is one of the biggest weeks that we live for,” Brian said. “It’s crazy, it’s a lot of hours, but man, we love to record. We love the road and we love to stay busy, and anytime we have an album out it’s gotta be [busy]. We want to get it out there, we want the world to hear it, so we love working hard and this week is even more so than ever all about our fans and getting this thing rolling.”
Their latest single, “Stay,” is in the Top 10 and climbing at country radio.