Jason Aldean’s “Twang and Tone” Make Vocals Sing

The Two Ts Are Florida Georgia Line's Favorite Part

It’s got to be hard to give some of your best songs away. But when Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard are giving them away to Jason Aldean, they’re cool with it. Because they are fans of Aldean’s voice.

Hubbard and Kelley have co-written a few Aldean tunes, including his No. 1s “Lights Come On” and “Burnin’ It Down.”

And what Kelley loves most about Aldean is that voice of his.

“I think it’s the two Ts,” Kelley said in a recent radio interview. “It’s the twang and the tone, man.

“I mean, it’s the way he has the ability to knock out the cadences, you know? And then the emotion, too. You feel it. He’s not just singin’ a demo down just to have the parts. He’s literally living that out and experiencing that. He’s a true artist.”

Kelley’s bandmate Hubbard agrees that Aldean can flat-out sing.

“He might not be doing all these crazy runs and stuff, but as a singer and an artist, man, he can sing,” Hubbard said. “And he nails it and it does look effortless and he does it the right way.”

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