As you already know, Tyler and Brian co-wrote Jason Aldean's monster hit "Burnin' it Down" with Rodney Clawson and Chris Tompkins. The guys recently celebrated the single going to #1! The guys told Jason: "You gave us the opportunity and we are grateful. Itís a dream come true."
Once Florida Georgia Line 's latest single, "Anything Goes," ends its run to #1 at country radio, the duo plans to take a few weeks away from country radio before releasing another single. They confirm that "Anything Goes" is the last single from their current album of the same name.
FGL's Brian Kelley explains, "We're gonna give some time from country radio, give it a rest for a second. We haven't done that since we came out, really. We tried to do that with 'Dirt.'
FGL's Tyler Hubbard chimes in, "It won't feel that way. They say that every time we get done [with a new album] 'We're gonna take a break.'"
When they do come back with the first single from their third album, Brian expects the reaction from fans to be on par with FGL's monster debut single, "Cruise."
"I think our music is on another level from anything that we've ever done. I think content, lyrically, musically," Brian says of the new material. "I think the next single, I'm not even gonna tell you the title, but I think it's going to change country music again."
FGL played one of Canada's most popular music festivals, Boots and Hearts in Barrie, ON on August 9. Thomas Rhett, Frankie Ballard, Canaan Smith and Dallas Smith all joined them on stage that night. PAR-TAY!
In a major coup, organisers have announced today that Jason Aldean, one of the biggest superstar acts in American music, will headline CMC Rocks QLD 2016 on March 11, 12 and 13. The reigning ACM Awards Male Vocalist of the Year and a four-time Grammy nominee, Aldean has racked up six Platinum albums and 16 #1 singles on the way to becoming the top digital male country artist in history. Aldean was the first male country act of his generation to start headlining stadiums and routinely sells out the biggest venues in the USA. This will be Aldean's first ever visit to Australia.
Also making their first trip down under, Florida Georgia Line are the current ACM and CMA Duo of the Year. FGL are the only artist in history to join Brooks & Dunn in achieving four back-to-back, multi-week #1 singles; breaking the record for longest #1 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart (with their crossover hit "Cruise" ft. Nelly) and selling over 21 million tracks worldwide from their 2X Platinum debut album "Here's to the Good Times" and follow up "Anything Goes".