The team of Thomas Rhett, Russell Dickerson and Tyler Hubbard of Florida Georgia Line went Christmas caroling in Nashville with their wives on Monday night (Dec. 11). They used social media to let people know that they were looking for places to carol and what criteria would make them stop at fans' (or non-fans', in many cases) houses.

Dickerson said via Instagram video that "if your house is Christmas lit AF, we gonna stop by." Of course not all Christmas settings got a knock on the door, and it appeared the group had a few friend's houses in mind for a drop-by, such as songwriter Rodney Clawson.

Singing Christmas classics such as "Deck the Halls" and "White Christmas" and donning some ridiculous holiday garb (check out Dickerson's onesie!), the six seemed to have a blast during their charade. And hashtagging themselves as the #CountryCarolers was a nice touch.

Rhett, Dickerson and Hubbard all released new music in 2017 — Rhett and Dickerson releasing the albums Life Changes and Yours, respectfully — while Hubbard appeared in FGL features like "Up Down" by Morgan Wallen, "Meant to Be" by Bebe Rexha and "Let Me Go" with Hailee Steinfeld.

With their continuous wave of momentum, all three artists look poised for another big year in 2018 ... after Christmas, of course.

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