Whiskey, touring and babies were all on the table when Florida Georgia Line paid a visit to Late Night With Seth Meyers on Monday (Aug. 15).

The duo are building quite an empire between their massive success in country music and their other business ventures like the FGL House in Nashville. Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley also launched their own brand of whiskey, and they brought their new peach pecan whiskey to the late night show, saying the concoction is inspired by the flavors of both Florida and Georgia.

Along with giving the late night host a taste of their whiskey, they also talked music, as the duo are currently out on their 2017 Smooth Tour with Chris Lane, Nelly and the Backstreet Boys.

"That's probably one of our favorite things," Hubbard says. "Being on stage, connecting with the fans, getting to create the vision and create the show and watch it come to life every night. It's unreal."

Hubbard and his wife Hayley received shocking news recently when they learned that the child they are expecting is not a boy as they had been told. The blood tests turned out to be incorrect, and the couple are actually having a girl instead. While it took some adjusting at first, Hubbard says he and Hayley are looking forward to having their little girl. "It was a new surprise, but something that we're both really excited about," he tells the host. "I think she's going to be amazing."

The country stars continue on the Smooth Tour through October of 2017.

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