Florida Georgia Line Call ACM Entertainer Nod 'Mind-Blowing'
Florida Georgia Line heads into Sunday night’s (April 2nd) ACM Awards with five nominations, including Vocal Event, Single, Vocal Duo, Album and the night's biggest honor, Entertainer of the Year. While Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley are pumped about all of their nominations, they tell us the Entertainer nod packs a big punch. "Man, Entertainer of the Year. That’s huge. (Brian) That’s the one. (Tyler) It feels great, I mean it’s very humbling. You look at the rest of the nominees and it’s just mind-blowing that we’re in that category with those artists and it’s motivating as well. I think it’s gonna be a big night for us, but even if we don’t take that one home it’s still motivating, regardless, for us to get back out there and work hard and try to be the Entertainer of the Year regardless of what happens that night. So it’s fun for us and it’s a challenge and you know, we’re gonna have a lot to celebrate that night, so it’s a huge honor."
This is FGL’s second nomination for ACM Entertainer of the Year.
Florida Georgia Line will perform their latest single, "God, Your Mama and Me" with the Backstreet Boys on the 52nd annual ACM Awards, which will air live from Las Vegas' T-Mobile Arena on CBS.
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Jason Aldean Makes Breast Cancer Survivors 'Honorary Roadies' On Tour
Jason Aldean continues on his mission to spotlight breast cancer survivors with the announcement of his plan to host "Honorary Roadies" on his upcoming They Don't Know tour. On select dates over the course of the tour, Jason will surprise survivors nominated through essays submitted online at komen.org/JasonAldean with concert tickets, VIP backstage access, and a private meet-and-greet at the concert of their choice.
The superstar said, "As long as I’m doing what I’m doing, I’m will do what I can to fight breast cancer and celebrate its survivors. We all know someone whose life has been changed by this terrible disease, so we’re going to treat as many survivors as we can this year with a night out to take their minds off everything else."
Since 2004, Jason has continued to find new ways to support breast cancer research, after launching his "Concert for the Cure," an annual benefit performance that has raised more than $3 million benefitting Susan G. Komen. He will also continue to donate a portion of each ticket sale toward his longstanding partner, while also honoring one breast cancer survivor and guest during his upcoming tour.
The They Don't Know tour launches in Toledo, OH on April 27th with special guests Chris Young, Kane Brown and Dee Jay Silver.
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