Brian and Tyler appeared on Good Morning America to perform "This Is How We Roll", "Dirt", "Cruise" and "Round Here", and to make their big album announcement ("Anything Goes" out October 14, 2014)


The rumors were true! Florida Georgia Line's highly anticipated sophomore album will be called "Anything Goes" and will be released on October 14, 2014! It will feature 12 tracks, produced by Joey Moi.

"We took all that good energy and the success that (the fans) have given us and put it into making this next record, and I think it shows," Kelley said. "There's a couple sad songs, there's a couple that make you think, but at the same time it's a party album. It's a feel-good album. Right when you get to the last song you're going to want to start it all over again. It's right exactly 100 percent where we are in our lives." Read More


Brian and Tyler took time out of their set at the Missouri State Fair last night to take part in the "Ice Bucket Challenge" to raise awareness for Lou Gehrig's Disease, ALS. Great cause! They now challenge Stormy Warren (TV and radio host), Garth Brooks and Scott Borchetta.


It's 'Home Sap Home' for Florida Georgia Line's Brian Kelley

When Florida Georgia Line's Brian Kelley utters the phrase "there's no place like home," he's really not kidding.

Last October, the singer bought a treehouse-inspired home built into a mountainside and set on 32 acres outside of Nashville. And as if that isn't cool enough, Kelley and wife Brittney Marie decided to take living amongst the trees a little further.

Calling upon Pete Nelson of the Animal Planet show Treehouse Masters, the couple added a two-story "modern treehouse" to the property, complete with a recording studio, living room and master suite - and it all connects to their home via a breezeway.

"It was something I always wanted and our property is the perfect place to do it," Kelley tells PEOPLE. "It's honestly the most amazing thing I've ever seen. It even has AC and plumbing ... It's a man cave in the trees! A dream come true."

So much so, the couple can't seem to keep out of it. "Every time we're in town, if we're out doing something, we're like, 'You ready to jet and go hang out in the treehouse?' We end every night in there. And we can't wait to have some treehouse parties!"

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Tune into "Treehouse Masters" at 10e/9c on August 15 on Animal Planet to see the episode



These are the possible song's and writers that will be featured on Florida Georgia Line's upcoming second album, thanks to Windmills Music !

"Angel" (Rodney Clawson / Ross Copperman / Tyler Hubbard / Brian Kelley)

"Anything Goes" (Felix McTeigue / Chris Tompkins / Craig Wiseman) - possible title track per Rolling Stone, "A bit of old-school FGL, the party-ready 'Anything Goes,' may end up the album's title, Kelley reveals."

"Confession" (Rodney Clawson / Ross Copperman / Matt Jenkins)

"Dance For Me" (Rodney Clawson / Ross Copperman / Tyler Hubbard / Brian Kelley)

"Dirt" (Rodney Clawson / Chris Tompkins) - lead single

"Girl On The Radio" (Nicolle Galyon / Tyler Hubbard / Brian Kelley / Jimmy Robbins)

"Good Good" (Cary Barlowe / Sarah Buxton / Jesse Frasure / Tyler Hubbard / Brian Kelley) - quoted in an FGL tweet.

"Smile" (Dallas Davidson / Chris DeStefano / Ashley Gorley) - described in Rolling Stone as "a hip-shaker."

"Smoke" (Josh Kear / Chris Tompkins) - described in Rolling Stone as "a puff of bonfire nostalgia."

"Sundaze" (Cary Barlowe / Sarah Buxton / Jesse Frasure / Tyler Hubbard / Brian Kelley) - described in Rolling Stone as "a new song that extols the virtues of getting high. 'All I want to do today is wear my favorite shades and get stoned' go the lyrics."

"You Ain't Even Gone" (Rodney Clawson / Tyler Hubbard / Brian Kelley / Chris Tompkins) - described in Rolling Stone as "rapid-fire."


Florida Georgia Line have teamed up with Luke Bryan to be a part of his "Crash My Playa" concert in Mexico in January!

Luke Bryan’s Crash My Playa is a 4-night tropical and intimate country concert experience on the beach at an all-inclusive resort in the Riviera Maya, Mexico, featuring 2 nights of Luke Bryan in addition to Florida Georgia Line, Cole Swindell and more.

Click here to get all of the info you need!


A Rolling Stone interview that we posted a few weeks ago has now been added online, and with more info! Along with the song titles of "Sun Daze", "Smoke" and "Smile", we also have "You Ain't Even Gone" and "Anything Goes" (which might also be the album title!). Read the article below.

Exclusive: Florida Georgia Line Preview New Tracks in the Studio

Fireball whiskey and moonshine drenched Florida Georgia Line's double-platinum debut Here's to the Good Times, but bandmates Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley are finding inspiration elsewhere - for one song in particular at least - as they finish work on their second album, set for a fall release, in Nashville.

Sporting a Bob Marley tank and a backwards "FGL" baseball hat, Kelley, with his German shepherd puppy Smoke by his side, beams as Florida Georgia Line's producer Joey Moi (Nickelback) presses play on "Sun Daze," a new song that extols the virtues of getting high. "All I want to do today is wear my favorite shades and get stoned" go the lyrics.

"I woke up that morning and literally wrote that in my phone," says Kelley.

"We'll probably have to come up with a different word for the radio edit," adds Hubbard, nursing a hangover from a day of "fishing, cooking out and drinking too much wine."

With its drum line intro, whistle and references to Haggard and Jagger, "Sun Daze," co-written by the duo, already sounds like a summertime monster.

Other songs in contention for the record include the rapid-fire "You Ain't Even Gone," the hip-shaker "Smile" and "Smoke," a puff of bonfire nostalgia. A bit of old-school FGL, the party-ready "Anything Goes," may end up the album's title, Kelley reveals. "That song was on hold since the last album was turned in," Moi says.

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Florida Georgia Line won the award for Choice Country Song for "This Is How We Roll" at the 2014 Teen Choice Awards! Congrats boys!

They were not in attendance at the show, as they are on tour in Illinois.


Brian and Tyler recently took to Twitter asking newcomer singer/songwriter Sam Hunt to join their upcoming headline tour in 2015.

FGL started by tweeting Sam Hunt on Aug 2, saying "@SamHuntMusic hey brotha, call your boys back, serious convo needs to happen. #2015tour? #holleratyaboys" Sam Hunt quickly replied with, "@FLAGALine that sounds like a blast. I'll give y'all a shout."

Following the tweets, on Aug 9, FGL took to Twitter again tweeting Sam Hunt making him a "final offer" to tour with them and possible Thomas Rhett: "@SamHuntMusic this your official and last offer. You wanna tour with us all of 2015?! It will be the party of the year...." That was quickly followed up with another one from FGL saying, "@SamHuntMusic not to mention who else is out with us. #TR @anythinggoes."

Sam Hunt has been writing songs for quite some time for country music's biggest stars, including Keith Urban's "Cop Car." Thomas Rhett, a good friend of Brian and Tyler's, is currently opening for Miranda Lambert on her Platinum tour & wrote one of FGL's number 1 songs "Round Here."

A tour with our number 1 duo and those two up and coming artists would be a party for sure and a can't miss concert experience. We'll keep you updated as the news comes in.




As you should know, Brian and Tyler co-wrote Jason Aldean's new single "Burnin' It Down", and here's an interesting article with the boys talking about the making of the song.

Jason Aldean Changes It Up With 'Burnin' It Down'

Since day one, Jason Aldean has built his career on pushing boundaries. "Hicktown," his 2005 debut, used a snarling, hard-rock foundation to relate a story of rural rowdiness. His 2011 single "Dirt Road Anthem" employed rapped verses to relate a chill drive through the country. Now comes "Burnin' It Down," a sexual encounter wrapped up in synthetic EDM electronics that slips the word "naked" into the chorus.

"With every album, we've tried to push the envelope a little bit more," says
Aldean, "and not feel like we're making the same record over and over."

"It's the most urban, hip-hop kind of song that's been on country radio," says songwriter Rodney Clawson ("American Kids," "Bartender").

And its distinctive sound gives consumers who have already downloaded plenty of Aldean material incentive to get this one, too.

"The thing I love about 'Burnin' It Down' most is no one owns this Jason Aldean single," says Broken Bow Records Music Group executive vp Jon Loba. "There's nothing he's done that sounded like it."

"Burnin'" was originally intended for Aldean. Florida Georgia Line came up with the song when the duo began writing material for its second album around the beginning of 2012. FGL's Brian Kelley had been toying for months with a passage that became the first half of the chorus: "We're just hanging around/Throwing it down/Sippin' on a cold Jack Daniel's/Jammin' to some old Alabama with you, baby/Layin' right here naked in my bed."

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