Backstreet Boys Still Got Those Harmonies During Cover of Florida Georgia Line's "H.O.L.Y."

Backstreet Boys Still Got Those Harmonies During Cover of Florida Georgia Line’s “H.O.L.Y.”

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Admittedly, I think Florida Georgia Line’s “H.O.L.Y.” is sacrilegious and one shouldn’t compare their earthly relationship with another person to their Salvation, but hey– it’s catchy and was atop Billboard‘s Hot Country Songs chart for 16 weeks, so there you go. It also won ACM’s Single of the Year this year.

As Florida Georgia Line was honored as one of CMT’s Artists of the Year, their new BFFs and tourmates, the Backstreet Boys took the stage to pay tribute to their favorite country music duo with a five-part holy harmony of “H.O.L.Y.”


Kevin Richardson took the keys for BSB as A.J. McLean took the first verse on before Brian Littrell and Richardson took on the second verse. Nick Carter took on the choruses with Howie D. delivering a pretty perfect bridge.

One thing’s for sure– Backstreet is back and their harmonies might not have ever left.