Posted by Melissa on February 20th, 2019

Seven years in a massive career, Florida Georgia Line has realized the best recipe for self-satisfaction is to tune out the noise & create their own.

When you’ve been as wildly successful as Florida Georgia Line, and have multi-platinum singles, chart-topping albums, sold-out arena tours and a name-brand bar-restaurant just off Nashville’s famed Broadway to your name, you start to learn to take the chatter surrounding your band for what it’s worth. “Because people are either gonna say good stuff or bad stuff, but regardless, they’re gonna be talking,” FGL’s Tyler Hubbard says with a laugh of the constant opinions that have long swirled around him and bandmate Brian Kelley.

Yes, now seven years into a monumentally successful career, Florida Georgia Line have realized the best recipe for self-satisfaction is to tune out the noise and create their own. “We really just want to continue to push the envelope for ourselves and elevate what we do,” Hubbard says of their never-ending desire for musical reinvention. “We want it to be fun for us because if it’s not fun for us it’s not going to be fun for the fans. We don’t want to get bored. That’s why I think we always try to continue and push and take chances and do things a little bit differently.”

For FGL, doing things differently has long been their lifeblood, and while they insist it’s almost subconscious at this point, their need to evolve has been a life force in becoming one of the most commercially successful country acts of their generation. Still, to hear them tell it, the two musicians insist it simply stems from their stubborn insistence on never getting too comfortable.

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Posted by Melissa on January 5th, 2019

Power House
Florida Georgia Line discuss their new album—and how they’ve made big business in Nashville.

In the country music industry, perhaps no star is rising, or business expanding more rapidly than that of the Florida Georgia Line brand. Over the last seven years, Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard, both halves of the superstar duo, have succeeded in their teamwork to the point of commodifying it. FGL House, the band’s bar in downtown Nashville, is one of Music City’s most popular nightspots. FGL Fest was arguably the most anticipated fall 2018 event in Indianapolis (before it was cancelled due to bad weather). And the band name FGL has become synonymous with success in country radio.

The duo achieved their 16th Number One song last October when “Simple” topped both the Billboard and Country Aircheck/ Mediabase Country airplay charts. The single was released alongside “Colorado” on June 1, followed by “Talk You Out of It” in July and “Sittin’ Pretty’” in August. Rounded up as a self-titled EP, these four tracks were offered as a collective sampling of the pair’s fourth LP, slated for 2019.

“I think we’re gonna’ call it Can’t Say I Ain’t Country,” Hubbard says. “We’re probably getting back to our country roots a little more than our previous albums, which is exciting for BK and I,” he adds. “We’ve been working on this album longer than any others we’ve done, and we really do feel like it’s our strongest one.”

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Posted by Melissa on December 13th, 2018

Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley sit at the end of a giant conference room table, happily signing their lives away. The members of Florida Georgia Line are initialing a document provided by Music City Indoor Karting, a Nashville go-kart track, that promises they will not hold the place accountable should they undergo “bodily injury or death” while flinging themselves around 90-degree turns at up to 40 mph (!) in a glorified adult Hot Wheel. Honestly, they seem pretty psyched about it.

“Didn’t Jake lose a finger doing this?” says Hubbard in his Georgia drawl, referring to beach-country artist Jake Owen as he reaches for the blue face sock that we’re required to layer underneath our helmets for sanitary protection. We’ll hit the track as soon as Bebe Rexha arrives, for what could well be my last 30 minutes on this earth before I lose control of my kart and explode into a ball of flames. Kelley assures me it’s going to be fine, handing me my own face sock. “It’s Kevlar,” he says with a smirk, hanging his halfway out of his back pocket like a wallet chain — which is, of course, an item he has worn before. Both members of FGL come from the “more is more” school of country accessorizing. Currently, they’re both sporting incarnations of denim I never knew existed.

Forty-eight hours from now, Hubbard, Kelley and Rexha will attend the Country Music Association Awards, but today the trio is engaging in a little healthy preshow competition. At the CMAs, they’ll perform their collaboration, “Meant to Be,” a song that’s up for single of the year and, though it was released in October 2017, has been downright omnipresent ever since. Released first on Rexha’s EP All Your Fault: Pt. 2 and then on her album, Expectations, “Meant to Be” reigned at No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart for 50 weeks (a record) and logged 810 million on-demand streams, according to Nielsen Music. And now it’s up for a best country duo/group performance Grammy, and Rexha’s nominated for best new artist.

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Posted by Melissa on November 6th, 2018

CBS Buys Adult Siblings Comedy From Linda Figueiredo, Johnny Galecki & Brian Kelley

CBS is developing Bait & Tackle, a multi-camera comedy from Stuck In the Middle co-creator/executive producer Linda Figueiredo, musician Brian Kelley, Johnny Galecki’s Alcide Bava Productions and Warner Bros. TV where Alcide Bava is based.

Galecki is executive producing Bait & Tackle alongside Alcide Bava’s new VP, Holly Brown. She replaced Andrew Haas.

Written/executive produced by Figueiredo, Bait & Tackle revolves around three adult siblings who must step up to run the family business—a small town bait & tackle shop—when the family patriarch retires.

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Posted by Melissa on November 2nd, 2018

While it’s been open for a while now, Brian and Tyler never officially opened up their Nashville compound with Tree Vibez Music, Tribe Kelley, and meet+greet). Find out more about these ventures here.





Posted by Melissa on September 21st, 2018

Florida Georgia Line has experienced a lot of surreal moments in the six years since the release of “Cruise,” the duo’s debut single that shattered records and helped upend the country music industry. But last summer stood out, as they headlined three sold-out stadium shows with the Backstreet Boys. Who opened for them.

“It was crazy,” said Brian Kelley, 33, sitting backstage with duo partner Tyler Hubbard, 31, before a recent concert in Maryland. He still can’t get over the fan reaction. “Crazy at the stadium shows to hear them singing ‘I Want It That Way.’ And then they’re singing ‘Cruise.’ “

At the end of each show, the two acts combined for a finale that included fellow opener Nelly singing “Hot in Herre,” followed by an FGL and BSB collaboration of “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)” and “Cruise,” complete with fireworks. It’s unclear whether, back in 2012 as a fledgling duo a few years out of college, they envisioned one day touring with a ’90s boy-band supergroup. But a lot of things have turned out differently for Florida Georgia Line than many could have imagined.

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UPCOMING TV APPEARANCES

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The Ellen Show
Performance of “Talk You Out Of It”
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UPCOMING TOUR DATES

February 17, 2019
Spotify Hot Country Live
Los Angeles, CA
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March 14, 2019
Cairns, Australia

March 15, 2019
Cairns, Australia

March 18, 2019
Sydney, Australia

March 20, 2019
Melbourne, Australia

CURRENT PROJECTS
“Can’t Say I Ain’t Country”
NOW AVAILABLE
1st Single: “Simple”
Now Available

2nd Single: “Talk You Out of It”
Now Available

“Can’t Say I Ain’t Country Tour”
Beginning June 2019. Special guests Dan + Shay, Canaan Smith, Morgan Wallen and HARDY.

Old Camp Whiskey
Created by Brian and Tyler, Old Camp is a smooth and easy drinking whiskey.

FGL House
Now open, 120 3rd Ave South, Nashville, TN 37201
Four-level restaurant and entertainment venue in Downtown Nashville.

Official FGL Fan Club
Get exclusive presale tickets, meet and greets, discount codes, tshirts and more.

Tribe Kelley
TK is a USA made clothing brand founded and operated by Brittney and Brian Kelley. The brand is a collection of transitional fashion pieces that are intended to keep you feeling comfortable and stylin’ from the plane to the party.


Tree Vibez Music
Founded in 2015 by Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard, TVM was created to inspire, mentor, and create opportunities for artists & songwriters.

“Meant To Be”: Bebe Rexha feat. Florida Georgia Line
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“Up Down”: Morgan Wallen feat. Florida Georgia Line
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“Let Me Go”: Hailee Steinfeld feat. Florida Georgia Line, Alesso and Watt
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3rd album: “Dig Your Roots”
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2nd album: “Anything Goes”
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1st album: “Here’s to the Good Times… This is How We Roll”
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