Big. Mullet. Energy. Morgan Wallen will make his first trip to Bangor this summer with Florida Georgia Line. He chatted with Paul Wolfe about the biggest fish he's ever caught, his new single, and his wild pre-show ritual with friend and tour mate Hardy.

Florida Georgia Line are coming back to Bangor on their Can't Say I Ain't Country summer tour. The show is set for Thurs., July 18, on the Bangor Waterfront. Dan + Shay, Morgan Wallen and Hardy will open the show.

Paul Wolfe recently chatted with the "Whiskey Glasses" singer. Both avid anglers, Wallen talks of a monster bass he hooked the day before, and Paul suggested tossing a line in the river near the Bangor venue to see what bites.

With "Whiskey Glasses" ranking at No. 1 on many country charts, Wallen says he'll turn his attention to his next single "Chasin' You." He hopes to go for another single off his debut full-length album If I Know Me, after. Morgan also shared that new music is in the works, with nine songs recorded. Two of the songs are with his friend and tour mate Hardy.

Wallen and the "Rednecker" singer have a pretty wild pre-show tradition, neck slappin.' Wallen admits they range from light slaps, to wailing on each other. The tradition is on pause currently as Wallen jokingly agrees they'll likely end up injuring themselves.

Listen above to hear Paul Wolfe's full chat with Morgan Wallen.

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