Florida Georgia Line Pull Out All the Stops With ‘Stay’ on ‘Jimmy Kimmel’
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A kaleidoscope of spotlights, unstoppable pyro effects and perfect harmonies characterized Florida Georgia Line‘s performance of ‘Stay’ on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ Wednesday night (Nov. 6) following the 2013 CMA Awards.
The singers were fresh off of win for Vocal Duo of the Year and Single of the Year, and their energy and excitement showed throughout their set on Kimmel’s late night show. Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard were both dressed in dark, muted tones, putting the “rocker” in “country-rocker,” and it’s a good thing they both sported conservatively-hued clothing, because their stage was anything but conservative.
Spotlights in every color imaginable careened everywhere on the stage, while pyro effects filled the area with sparks, smoke and excitement. In addition, scenes from the duo’s highly emotional ‘Stay’ music video played in the background.
If it sounds like a lot was going on, then you’re tracking. FGL pulled out all the stops, capitalized by an electric guitar solo, and on the last note, both artists held up their pointer finger in a No. 1 symbol, because they really are the number one duo right now.
The next time Florida Georgia Line light up the small screen will be for the 2013 American Music Awards on Nov. 24, and we’re already waiting to see what they have up their sleeves.