Florida Georgia Line Help Dan Rather Define Bro Country

05/14/2015
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(Radio.com) Dan Rather is never afraid to ask the tough questions. During a recent interview with Florida Georgia Line, Rather quizzed the group about the label "bro-country." You can tell how out of his element Rather is when he has to look at his cue cards to even say the words "bro country."

FGL member Brian Kelley struggles for a definition, but seems happy enough to wear the label. "There's no label that can hurt our feelings," he says, before adding that he doesn't see it as a negative term at all.

Rather then tries to untangle the term, seeing "bro" as a hip-hop connotation, leading him to the age old question: "what is the difference between hip-hop and rap?"

After saying there isn't really a difference, FGL member Tyler Hubbard laughs it off, saying, "you are full of great questions tonight." Fortunately, Hubbard gets the conversation back on track, steering "bro-country" back to its misogynistic connotations, which he dismisses.

Miraculously, this is only a preview to a longer interview, which will hopefully be just as enlightening. Check out the clip here.

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