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BMLG Video Update!

April 14, 2013

Florida Georgia Line was voted New Artist of the Year at Sunday night's ACM Awards in Las Vegas. The award was fan-voted, and after watching the video below, it's easy to see how the boys won this big award! You can barely hear the duo singing their latest single "Get Your Shine On" at their headlining show at MYTH in St. Paul, MN. Why? Because the crowd is singing louder than they are!

Florida Georgia Line traveled to Cancun in January to shoot the video for their newest single, "Get Your Shine On," which is currently soaring up the charts. The duo flew a group of fans to the set for a meet and greet and an all-inclusive vacation at the Hard Rock Hotel Cancun resort. Below, check out the recap of the week, including behind-the-scenes footage and Florida Georgia Line hanging out with their fans.

Justin Moore spent his week filming the new video for his current single, "Point At You." AXSLive caught up with Justin on the set of his video shoot to capture an exclusive acoustic performance and interview. See Justin's performance below!

Thomas Rhett fans have been anxiously awaiting new music and this week, he gave them a sneak peak of his upcoming single "It Goes Like This." Hear the clip below!

Every country music star has to have their own custom-built bus, right? In a recent Rascal Flatts webisode, Jay gives a very detailed tour of "his" bus. He knows every inch of the vehicle specifically designed for him and is ready to impress you with his knowledge. Enjoy his comedic tour below!

Taylor Swift's "I Knew Your Were Trouble" got special treatment this week from two New York subway station buskers. The 23- and 24-year old musicians played the Taylor Swift song over and over again for 2 hours while waiting for long enough breaks between train arrivals. They chose the take that had the most energy and passion over the unblemished take with violins in perfect tune, they said. See the video below.


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