Florida Georgia Line Plans Show to Benefit Nashville Businesses Impacted by Christmas Bombing

Florida Georgia Line will take the stage for a live virtual show, from their own FGL House, for a worthwhile cause. The duo, made up of Brian Kelly and Tyler Hubbard, will donate proceeds from the show, Life Rolls On From the FGL House, to The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee’s Nashville Neighbors Fund, to help businesses impacted by the Christmas Day bombing.

Life Rolls On From the FGL House will premiere on February 17 at 9:00 PM ET on the Amazon Music Twitch channel and on the Amazon Music mobile app. In addition to the show, which is in support of FGL’s upcoming Life Rolls On album, out on Friday, Kelley and Hubbard will also take part in a Q&A session, hosted by CMT‘s own Cody Alan.

“We’ve definitely been missing the road, our band, and especially our fans,” Florida Georgia Line said in a joint statement. “We can’t think of a better reason to team up with our CMT family and hit the stage at FGL House in support of our fellow downtown Nashville merchants affected by the bombing.”

“With the help of our friends at Amazon Music, we’ll be playing and live streaming tunes from Life Rolls On, and can’t wait to share some good vibes with our community. Tune in y’all!”

Multiple businesses were damaged in the Christmas Day bombing, and several people were injured. Six police officers, who evacuated a large number of people ahead of the explosion, are credited with saving countless lives. Anthony Warner, who is believed to have set off the explosion, was killed in the blast.

Florida Georgia Line’s Life Rolls On record will be released on Friday, February 12. The album comes as both Kelley and Hubbard have announced they also plan on working on separate endeavors, with Kelley working on a solo album as well.

To make a donation to The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee’s Nashville Neighbors Fund, visit their website.