Maddie & Tae return to Today
Monday, August 17, 2015
– Maddie & Tae will play the Today show to support the release of their full-length debut, they announced today.
The duo behind "Girl In A Country Song" release "Start Here" on Aug. 28 and play on the TV show Sept. 1. This is their second appearance on the show.
"We will never forget the morning we were sitting on our bus watching TV while en route to a radio show and all of a sudden Hoda (Koto) from Today was talking about 'Girl In A Country Song!'" Tae said.
"We had only written the song a few months before and to see someone like Hoda talking about it on-air was just an unforgettable moment for us," said Maddie. "We can't wait to go back to the show and perform for everyone on the plaza of Rock."
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