News alert: Jeb Bush is country, y'all. Included in his endless pursuit to be a person who is truly likeable, Bush advertised last night during role Two of CNN's Republican Town Hall to not only like country songs, but to hear "the Florida Georgia Band." Somehow, the presidential hopeful discovered a way to make his purported admiration for nation's most polarizing duo (Florida Georgia Line) a whole lot worse. But he in addition cited Zac Brown, precisely locating the "Homegrown" singer's title.
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Bush's cousin George W. Bush can also be apparently an admirer of nation music and performing various other "down house" things, such as for example playing George Jones while biking around his million-dollar Tx farm. It is not likely that either Bush sibling will ever such as the Dixie Chicks, though Donald Trump most likely admires their Bush bashing. Becoming reasonable, Dubya performed have a pretty diverse grasp on all edges of the genre and veered heavily into heartland stone, with a penchant for John Hiatt, John Fogerty plus Van Morrison.
Host Anderson Cooper requested many of the Republican applicants during two-night event about their music preferences, and also the reactions ranged from "classical" (Dr. Ben Carson, logically liking we's nap sound recording) to impractical to dislike (Trump discussed the Beatles and Michael Jackson) to fully perplexing (token great guy John Kasich's admiration for Linkin Park).
Neither Florida Georgia Line nor Zac Brown have openly endorsed an applicant in a choice of political celebration, though Brown performed help former Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney. FGL is approximately hitting the street on their Dig Your Roots journey, while Zac Brown Band will play a multitude of event times beginning in March.