Here's To The Good Times

Director: Brian Lazzaro
Location: Farm outside of Nashville, TN
Date: August 2012
Facts: The video captures the duo's playful sides with a game of strip poker, a rockin' performance with friends from their hometown, a colorful paint party and more. “We had to have a Chevy truck with a lift kit. It was a necessity!” Brian Kelley said of the duo's first video shot. "It was important for us to have our family, close friends and fans there with us to experience this unforgettable day and we definitely were up for getting a little dirty! Tyler Hubbard added. 

Get Your Shine On
Director: Declan Whitebloom
Location: Hard Rock Hotel, Cancun, Mexico
Date: January 21-24, 2013 Facts: The video features contest winners from around the world who were flown down to Cancun to watch the duo film the video and enjoy an intimate meet and greet with the guys. The guys needed two girls to play along side them in the video so Brian asked his good friend Kelly Rizzo to play his love interest, while Tyler's girl, Estephania, was from Mexico and only spoke Spanish. The language barrier made for fun times during the shoot!


Cruise (Remix) feat. Nelly
Director: Marc Klasfeld Location: Southern California desert
April 8, 2013
The guys had always stressed how much they were influenced by rap and R&B, so when Nelly (a mutual friend of a label mate at BLMG) reached out to collaborate for a remix on Cruise, they couldn\t pass it up. Nelly was hesitant at first to touch the song because it had so much success on the charts. It would either flop or do extremely well. After the release, a year after the original, the song sold another 4 million digital downloads (and growing!).


Round Here
Director: Peter Zavadil Location: Monroe, GA and Ormond Beach, FL
March 2 & 3, 2013 Facts: Filmed in the home towns of Tyler and Brian, the video once again features their family and friends. All of Tyler's farm scenes were filmed at a good friends farm and both guys chose locations that they frequently visited growing up. The director chose to do a split screen to compliment the differences and similarities between the guys.


Director: Peter Zavadil Location: Macon County, TN
September 3 & 4, 2013
The video stars actor Josh Henderson in the leading role. Vivid imagery of a couple whose sizzling emotions reach a boiling point, causing each to struggle with their next move in the relationship. The video shoot, which involved more than 40 cast and crew members, cost an estimated $100,000. It was primarily located in a mobile home park at Maple Lane, owned by Bobby Ward. Filming went on for nearly ten hours; starting at 2 pm and going till almost midnight. The next day, some scenes were also shot at the Country Inn Motel nearby.

  It'z Just What We Do
Director: Michael Monaco Location: Faster Horses Festival
Date: Various
Facts: The video documents some of the duo's behind the scenes moments and shows on the road, including the Faster Horses Festival, for their first headlining tour in 2013. You can catch a glimpse of the guys during meet and greets, signing autographs and engaging with some of their friends on the road including merch guy Lex Buddy, photographer Justin and Brian's wife Brittney.

This Is How We Roll feat. Luke Bryan
Director: Marc Klasfeld Location: Southern California desert
Date: January 27 & 28, 2014
Facts: The guys wrote the song while in Bloomington, IL with Cole Swindell, who's good friends with Luke Bryan. It was a no-brainer to add Luke to the song considering he helped them come up with the "shooting bullets at the moon" line while telling an old story. The video has some of the same comedic undertones like "Get Your Shine On" had, while combining rock and roll elements like riding on top of a cruising semi and performing in front of dirt bike stunt people and massive flames. It features X Games champion Travis Pastrana and The Nitro Circus.



Anything Goes

Director: Nigel Dick
Location: Springfield, TN
Date: June 10, 2014
Facts: The video tells the story of a life well lived: "from ashes to ashes, dust to dust," director Nigel Dick says. "It's sort of a story of generations, really, and I've always been a big fan of East of Eden," he notes. "There's no evil in it, but there's a bit of East of Eden. A bit of Steinbeck, I hope." 

Sun Daze
Director: Marc Klasfeld
Location: Springfield, TN
Date: September 12, 2014
Facts: The whole FGL crew (managers, band members, girlfriends, etc) is featured all over this video, dressed in funny costumes, and exercising their acting skills. Even Brian's dog Smoke and Tyler's dog Harley get in on the action!


Sippin' on Fire
Director: Marc Klasfeld
Location: Las Vegas, NV
Date: February 6, 2015
Facts: FGL brought back Mac Klasfeld who directed "Cruise Remix", "This Is How We Roll", and "Sun Daze". Two of those videos were also filmed in the desert.
  Anything Goes
Director: Shaun Silva
Location: West Palm Beach, FL, Tampa, FL, Birmingham, AL
Date: May 28, 29 & 30, 2015
Facts: Filmed at the West Palm Beach and Tampa concerts, it is a live performance with backstage footage.


Director: TK McKamy
Location: Nashville, TN
Date: September 30, 2015
Facts: Filmed at a vintage slaughterhouse from the early 1900's


Dig Your Roots

Anything Goes

Director: TK McKamy
Location: Melbourne, Australia
Date: March 10 & 11, 2016
Facts: Filmed at the Twelve Apostles, a collection of limestone stacks off the shore of the Port Campbell National Park. BK and Tyler's wives are featured in the video

May We All feat. Tim McGraw
Director: TK McKamy
Location: Tennessee National Raceway, Hohenwald, TN
Date: July 5 & 6, 2016
Facts: This is the first FGL music video as a "mini-movie" where they are acting a story and not singing the song. Brian and Tyler play brothers.

God, Your Mama, and Me feat. Backstreet Boys
Director: TK McKamy
Location: Grayton Beach, FL
Date: January 5, 2017
Facts: The video features clips of each singer recorded on cell phones and Go Pros, surprising their significant others with random acts of love and kindness.

Director: TK McKamy and Brian Kelley
Location: Las Vegas, NV
Date: May 18 & 19, 2017
Facts: This video makes the debut of Brian Kelley as co-director. The clip comes with a bit of a story: Craig Wiseman plays "Cat Daddy". Hubbard and Kelley essentially play themselves, but as two stranded delivery drivers for their Old Camp Whiskey. Cat Daddy offers them a lift and asks if they'll be his witnesses at his wedding. Meanwhile, Cat Daddy's future bride (played by his actual wife) has hired a pair of FGL doppelgangers to track them to a Las Vegas penthouse, where the bachelor party craziness is getting started.


4th album

Director: Justin Clough
Location: Nashvilles historic plantation house, Travellers Rest
Date: May 23, 2018
Facts: The story of a turn-of-the-20th-century romance,  as a grandfather tells his grandsons the story of how he met their grandmother. FGL play the house act at a down-home hootenanny the young lovers end up at after crashing an upscale wedding where they clearly don't fit in.