Florida Georgia Line's new song "Long Live" harkens back to the duo's first album and easily digestible singles like "Cruise," "Round Here" and "This Is How We Roll."

The pair are family men now, but not too far removed from parking lot parties and beat up pickup trucks. Country girls in cutoff shorts strut across each chorus in the lyric video. Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley wrote it while on the road during last year’s Can’t Say I Ain’t Country Tour.

To celebrate his latest #1 song, Luke Combs released a new music video for Lovin on You. Must See TV.  Pint-sized Luke Combs gets the girl because full-sized Luke got the girl. The roller rink-themed Birthday party clip is so good — plus it features a cameo from Mrs. Luke Combs, Nicole Hocking.

Here’s how to sell books.  Sara Evans says she hopes her mother doesn’t read her new book.  Oh, what is in it? I think it must be more personal than just Suds in the Bucket.  Born to Fly out now.

Keith Urban, his wife Nicole Kidman and their daughters, Sunday Rose and Faith Margaret, are in Australia so actor Kidman can shoot a movie — but they also happen to be in the same area of the country as much of Kidman's family.

"Nic's family's here — her mom and sister and [her sister's] husband and kids," Urban says via video chat. "So, nice to have family. We don't have any of that in Nashville."

But hurry back Keith he'll be back in the United States for next Wednesday's (Sept. 16) 2020 ACM Awards ceremony. He'll be hosting the event for the first time this year; the show, rescheduled from April, is taking place from three locations in Nashville — the Ryman Auditorium, the Bluebird Cafe and the Grand Ole Opry House, where Urban will be — rather than in Las Vegas, due to the pandemic.

Two days later, on Sept. 18, Urban will release a brand-new album, The Speed of Now Part 1. And you will be able to win a private video release party invitation beginning next week on Q106.5