ESPN Music: Florida Georgia Line

Cold War Kids featured on ESPN this month

October, 2, 2014
Oct 2
3:29
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Here is a list of music featured on ESPN's programming this month, along with links to the artists' websites and links for you to buy and download the songs or albums.

Florida Georgia Line: "Good Good" from the "Anything Goes" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Cold War Kids: "All This Could Be Yours" and "Hold My Home" from the "Hold My Home" album (iTunes | Amazon)

Dillon Francis: "When We Were Young" from the "Money Sucks, Friends Rule" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Bostich+Fussible: "Temporary Paradise" and "Tele" from the "Motel Baja" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Friday and Saturday night college football

August, 27, 2014
Aug 27
10:19
PM ET
here's a list of music from ESPN's Friday and Saturday night college football coverage this month, along with the artists' websites and links to buy and/or download the music:

Friday Night College Football

Florida Georgia Line: "Anything Goes" from the "Anything Goes" album.
Not yet available for sale online.

Saturday Night College Football

Here's a list of songs from performers featured on ESPN’s Saturday Night College Football Programming. Links to the artist’s websites and links for you to download and buy the songs and/or albums:

Maroon 5: "It Was Always You" from the “V” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Arctic Monkeys: "Do I Wanna Know?" from the "AM" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Switchfoot "When We Come Alive" from the "Fading West" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

O.A.R.: "Two Hands Up and The Element" from the “Rockville LP" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Clean Bandit: "Rather Be featuring Jess Glynne" from the “New Eyes” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Ed Sheeran: "Sing" from the "X" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Skaters: "One of Us" from the "Manhattan" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

X Ambassadors: "Jungle featuring Jamie N Commons" from “The Reason” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

One Republic: "Love Runs Out" from the “Native” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Music featured on SEC programming

August, 27, 2014
Aug 27
10:18
PM ET
Robert RandolphLarry Marano/Getty ImagesYou'll hear Robert Randolph and the Family Band during ESPN's "SEC Nation."


Here's a list of music from ESPN's SEC football programming, along with the artists' websites and links for you to buy and/or download the music:

Music from SEC game coverage

The Cadillac Three featuring Florida Georgia Line, Dierks Bentley, & Mike Eli: "The South" single. (iTunes | Amazon)

Big Head Todd and the Monsters "My Place featuring Darius Rucker" from the "Boom Boom" album. (Amazon)

Thousand Foot Krutch: "Born This Way" from the "Oxygen: Inhale" album. (Amazon)

Tim Hicks: "Here Comes the Thunder" from the "Here Comes The Thunder" album. (Amazon

Cue Sunrise: "Twist Shake Shout" single not available online at this time.

Music from ESPN's "SEC Nation":

Robert Randolph and the Family Band: "Take the Party" and "Amped Up" from the "Lickety Split" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

The 4onthefloor: "Boom" single not available online at this time.

Big Smo: "My Place featuring Darius Rucker" from the "Kuntry Livin'" album. (Amazon)

Nashville takes ride on the Crue's wild side

July, 23, 2014
Jul 23
3:48
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The boundary between country and rock ceased to exist long ago -- that is, if it ever really existed at all.

Sure, it was a big deal when Ray Charles' album of country and western standards went to No. 1 for 14 weeks in 1962. But these days, artists and their songs cross over between music genres with regular frequency.

So here's a tougher test: Does 1980's and 90's metal go together with country? Can the glam, grit and guitars of the Reagan-era Hollywood Sunset Strip co-exist with the current sound of Nashville's Lower Broadway? We're going to find out, because here comes "Nashville Outlaws: A Tribute To Motley Crue," which will be featured in ESPN's NASCAR coverage right up through the Chase for the Sprint Cup.

Artists including Gretchen Wilson ("Wild Side"), Rascal Flatts ("Kickstart My Heart"), The Mavericks ("Dr. Feelgood") and LeAnn Rimes ("Smokin' In The Boys Room") take their turns covering 15 of the Crue's hits.

You can sample and/or buy the songs here: (iTunes | Amazon)

Here's Nikki Sixx and Vince Neil of Motley Crue on the Eli Young Band's blusey take on "Don't Go Away Mad (Just Go Away)."


Music from college baseball coverage

June, 17, 2014
Jun 17
11:14
AM ET
Here's a list of songs from performers featured on ESPN's College Baseball World Series coverage, along with links to the artists' websites and links for you to download and buy the songs and/or albums:

Florida Georgia Line: "Party People" from the “Here’s to the Good Times” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Dierks Bentley: "Sounds of Summer" from the “Riser” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Brantley Gilbert: "Small Town Throwdown" from the "Just As I Am" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

The Last Ride: "Get Ready" single. (iTunes | Amazon)

Andy Grammer: "Back Home" single. (iTunes | Amazon)

Featured music for December

December, 10, 2013
12/10/13
5:40
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Here's a list of songs from performers featured this month on ESPN, along with links to the artists' websites and links for you to download and buy the songs and/or albums:

Coyote Theory: "Taking Over The World" single. (iTunes | Amazon)

Florida Georgia Line: "This Is How We Roll" and "People Back Home" from the “Here’s To The Good Times… This Is How We Roll” album. (iTunes | Amazon)


Saving Mr. Banks: "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" and "Saving Mr. Banks" from the “Saving Mr. Banks” soundtrack. (iTunes | Amazon)

Domino Saints: "Exclusivo" and "Let’s Go All Night" not available for sale.

Music featured on 'College GameDay'

September, 2, 2013
9/02/13
1:52
PM ET
Here's a list of songs from performers featured on ESPN’s "College GameDay" Programming, links to the artist’s websites and links for you to download and buy the songs and/or albums:

Music for "College GameDay" Programming

Big and Rich: ”Comin’ To Your City" from the “Comin’ To Your City” album.

(iTunes | Amazon)

Florida Georgia Line: ”Round Here" from the “Here’s To The Good Times” album.

(iTunes | Amazon)

Tesla: ”Signs" from the “Time’s Makin’ Changes – The Best of Tesla” album.

(iTunes | Amazon)

The Go Team: ”Bust-Out Brigade" from the “Rolling Blackouts” album.

(iTunes | Amazon)

Kid Rock: ”God Bless Saturday" from the “Born Free” album.

(iTunes | Amazon)

Bad Rabbits: ”How High"
Not available for sale

August music on ESPN NASCAR coverage

August, 2, 2013
8/02/13
11:51
AM ET
Tom KeiferScott Legato/Getty ImagesTom Keifer's "Solid Ground' is among the songs featured this month on ESPN's NASCAR coverage.


Here's a list of songs from performers featured on ESPN’s NASCAR programming, along with links to the artists' websites and links for you to download and buy the songs and/or albums:

Sammy Hagar: ”There’s Only One Way To Rock" from the “Essential Red Collection” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Heart: ”Crazy On You" from the “The Essential Heart” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Incubus: "Pardon Me" from the “Make Yourself” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

One Republic: "Counting Stars" from the “Native” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Imagine Dragons: "On Top of the World" from the “Night Visions” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Stone Temple Pilots: "Vasoline" from the “Purple” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Los Lonely Boys: "Can’t Slow Down" not available for sale.

Tom Keifer: "Solid Ground" from the “The Way Life Goes” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Thirty Seconds To Mars: "Up In The Air" from the “Love Lust Faith + Dreams” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Hunter Hayes: "Light Me Up" and "Better Than This" from the “Hunter Hayes (Encore)” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Florida Georgia Line: "Here's to the Good Times" from the “Here’s to the Good Times” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Fall Out Boy: "Where Did The Party Go" from the “Save Rock and Roll” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Blake Shelton: "Small Town Big Time" from the “Based On A True Story” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Florida Georgia Line on NASCAR shows

July, 2, 2013
7/02/13
4:25
PM ET


Here's a list of songs from performers featured on ESPN's NASCAR coverage in June, links to the artist’s websites and links for you to download and buy the songs and/or albums:

Florida Georgia Line

"Hell Raisin' Heat of the Summer" from the "Here's To The Good Times" album
(iTunes | Amazon)

"Summer Jam" by Jake Owen featuring Florida Georgia Line from the "Endless Summer" EP
(iTunes | Amazon)

Airbourne

"Firepower" from the “Black Dog Barking” album
(iTunes | Amazon)

"Live It Up" from the “Black Dog Barking” album
(iTunes | Amazon)

Randy Houser

"Growin’ Younger" from the “How Country Feels” album
(iTunes | Amazon)

Keith Urban

"Long Hot Summer" from the “Get Closer” album
(iTunes | Amazon)

Goo Goo Dolls

"Last Hot Night" from the “Magnetic” album
(iTunes | Amazon)

Youngblood Hawke

"We Come Running" from the “Wake Up” album
(iTunes | Amazon)

Andrew Stockdale

"Keep Moving" from the “Keep Moving” album
(iTunes | Amazon)

Halestorm

"Don’t Know How To Stop" from the “The Strange Case Of… (Deluxe Version)” album
(iTunes | Amazon)

Hanson

"You Can’t Stop Us" from the “Anthem” album
(iTunes | Amazon)

Creedence Clearwater Revival

"Have You Ever Seen The Rain Remix" is not available for sale.

Charm City Devils on baseball coverage

March, 19, 2013
3/19/13
9:00
AM ET
Here's a list of songs from performers featured on ESPN’s NCAA baseball programming, links to the artist’s websites and links for you to download and buy the songs and/or albums:

Music for NCAA Baseball Programming

Charm City Devils

"Unstoppable" from the “Sins” album
(iTunes | Amazon)

Great Wolf

"Time To Go" not available for sale

Florida Georgia Line

"It’z Just What We Do" from the “Here’s to the Good Times” album
(iTunes | Amazon)

Drew32

"I Am King feat. Jon Connor" single
(iTunes | Amazon)

Lifehouse, Paramore in NASCAR shows

February, 25, 2013
2/25/13
10:00
AM ET
Here's a list of songs from performers featured on ESPN’s NASCAR programming, links to the artist’s websites and links for you to download and buy the songs and/or albums:

Music for NASCAR Programming

Lifehouse

"Moveonday" from the “Almeria” album
(iTunes | Amazon)

Lifehouse

"Right Back Home" from the “Almeria” album
(iTunes | Amazon)

Paramore

"Now" from the “Paramore” album
(iTunes | Amazon)

Trapt

"Bring It" from the “Reborn” album
(iTunes | Amazon)

Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown

"Still Young (Hey Kids)" from the “Wild Child” album
(iTunes | Amazon)

Boys Like Girls

"Life of the Party" from the “Crazy World” album
(iTunes | Amazon)

Charm City Devils

"Unstoppable" from the “Sins” album
(iTunes | Amazon)

Dropkick Murphys

"The Boys Are Back" from the “Signed and Sealed in Blood” album (iTunes | Amazon)

Florida Georgia Line

"Round Here" from the “Here’s to the Good Times” album (iTunes | Amazon)

Pennywise

"All or Nothing" from the “All or Nothing” album (iTunes | Amazon)

Goo Goo Dolls

"Rebel Beat" from the “Magnetic” album (iTunes | Amazon)

Great Wolf

"Time To Go" not available for sale

Brian Kelley of FGL had played baseball

October, 8, 2012
10/08/12
10:00
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When Tyler Hubbard was walking around campus at Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn., a couple of years ago and saw Brian Kelley, he thought one thing:

"He was just some baseball guy. He was one of those cool kids wearing cleats and a baseball cap all the time."

But things changed when Hubbard showed up at church and heard Kelley -- who had played baseball for Belmont and previously Florida State -- leading a worship with his guitar.

"I really liked what he had going on at the time, so we decided to write songs together," Hubbard said. "We moved in with each other and we started playing music. We've been building our fan base and heading out on the road, giving it a shot."

Brian Kelly
Courtesy of Brian KelleyBrian Kelley played for FSU before becoming a country singer.
On Wednesday, the 2-year-old duo called Florida Georgia Line (or FGL for short) is heading to New York to play a sold-out CMT show opening for Jake Owen at the Best Buy Theater. Their hit, "Cruise," climbed the country charts this year and was certified gold in Canada.

"It's been a crazy couple of years," Kelley said.

Kelley, who is from Ormond Beach, Fla., went to Tallahasee on a baseball scholarship but didn't get much playing time with the Seminoles. During his off time, he played guitar at the First Baptist Church in downtown Tallahassee.

"It was a fantastic experience living up there and I'd do it all over again," Kelley said. "I made a lot of friends and even though it was a hard time on the baseball field, it made me a stronger person."

Kelley moved back home to attend Daytona State College. He didn't want to give up baseball or music.

"I realized I had two years left of eligibility and I wanted to play baseball at the same time as playing my guitar," Kelley said. "So I went to Belmont. I didn't realize it was going to be a life-changing moment when I met Tyler."

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