Florida Georgia Line tells is singing the blues over security and Rory Feek talks about a new book.
FOX's Michelle Pollino has "FOX Country":
I'm Michelle Pollino.
Florida Georgia Line is is saying no disrespect to our boys in blue after the band requested that armed officers not be allowed backstage during their country Thunder Music Festival in Wisconsin, some people complained via Facebook saying that the band apparently, have taken an anti-police stance.
The boys took to Twitter saying, "we want you to know that we have nothing but love and respect for the police. We are bummed anyone ever got a different impression." And they said they already had security in place and thought using the police would be "redundant".
And Rory Feek is publishing his life's story, he's just sad that he had to lose his wife to get the deal. Rory said he always wanted to write a book and met with agents, but was told Joey and Rory were not famous enough. He says the sad part is that it took Joey's death to make it happen. Out in February is 'This Life I Live', it will detail how Joey helped turn her husband's life around, and how he coped with her cancer.
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-- Florida Georgia Line (@FLAGALine) July 26, 2016