Florida Georgia Line Stops Show To Serenade Their Wives

Country fans, are you looking for help on how to be a better boyfriend or husband? Now, you might read that sentence and think, “Oh boy, here comes more unsolicited relationship advice..." However, all we're suggesting is for you to take some pointers from Florida Georgia Line's Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard.

During the duo's show at the famed Wrigley Field in Chicago on Saturday (August 12), the Kelley and Hubbard stopped the concert in its tracks just to serenade their wives, Brittney and Haley, with their No. 1 hit “H.O.L.Y."

Watch the romantic performance in the clip below:


Prior to the serenade, the country duo had some words of wisdom for fellow husbands in the audience. “Fellas if ya want to make your wives mad, embarrass them in front of 40,000 people," said Hubbard. Kelley added, “Tyler and I said from day one when we decided to get married we were going to be different husbands in this industry. We just have to prove that by our actions day-by-day." Kelley has been married to Brittney since December 2013 and Hubbard has been married to Hayley since 2015, so you can trust they know what they’re talking about.

“H.O.L.Y." was released off of Florida Georgia Line's third studio album, Dig Your Roots, and was their second single to receive crossover attention (on top of their hit song “Cruise"). Along with romantic gestures to their wives, much of the duo's popularity stems from their openness to collaborating with artists from different genres.

FGL has teamed up with Josh Miller and David Garcia for pop artist Bebe Rexha's latest release, “Meant To Be." The lead piano melody in this new track is also reminiscent of “H.O.L.Y.," though the musical themes may be a little less romantic.

Take a listen to the Bebe Rexha and Florida Georgia Line's new collaboration “Meant To Be" in the video below:


Florida Georgia Line have worked with various different artists in their career including the Backstreet Boys on “God, Your Mama and Me," which recently hit No. 1 on Billboard's Country Airplay chart. Meanwhile, Rexha has starred on songs by everyone from David Guetta to G-Eazy. Individually, FGL's Kelley and Hubbard have paired with Jason Derulo (a remix of their song “This Is How We Roll"), Nelly (a remix of “Cruise"), and Tim McGraw on “May We All." The band also collaborated recently with pop/DJ duo The Chainsmokers on the song “Last Day Alive."

For more on Florida Georgia Line, see them live on their Smooth Stadium Tour along with tour mates Nelly and Chris Lane.