ABC aired performances from CMA Fest 2014 and Florida Georgia Line sang "Round Here" and "This Is How We Roll". "Get Your Shine On" was posted online as a bonus. You can watch "Round Here" below. They did a great job, as always!


Florida Georgia Line tweeted today:

The still untitled 2nd album from Florida Georgia Line will be available on Tuesday, October 14, 2014!


Florida Georgia Line has been busy giving us hints on Twitter with track titles and lyrics. Below is a list of confirmed tracks and lyrics (it doesn't mean that all of these songs will be on the album, though). They have also been hashtagging a lot of tweets with #anythinggoes. We are thinking that this could be the album name, or at least a song...

Which ones are you most excited for?

Confirmed Track Names:
Sun Daze
Good Good
You Ain't Even Gone
Anything Goes
Every Night
Girl On The Radio
Dance For Me

Lyric hints:

"All I want to do today is wear my favourite shades and get stoned" ("Sun Daze")

"You wanna dance girl, I'll get ya spinnin, You wanna see the world, I'll be your ticket..." and "Ya lookin like a Shania Twain throwback" and "You know you got that fire, right? Girl you're my good good" ("Good Good")

"We can do a little dirt road dare"

"We were 17, goin on free and wild" ("Smoke")

"A little whisper off your lips yea, says your ready for the moonlight mix yea"

"You're the girl on the radio"

"Alabama on the boom box baby"

"You ain't gotta say it girl I know what you like....we do it every night" and "Hands on your hips, a little un zip zip....little bit of your sweet kiss, we do this every night" (possibly called "Every Night" since it was hashtagged as #everynight)


Florida Georgia Line made an appearance at this years CMA Music Fest in Nashville on June 7. It will air TOMORROW, Tuesday August 5 at 8/7c on ABC.


Rolling Stone has a very insightful article in their new issue - Brian and Tyler talk about 3 new songs! In contention for the final album cut is the hip-shaker "Smile", "Smoke" which is said to be bonfire nostalgia, and "Sun Daze" which features the lyrics "All I want to do today is wear my favorite shades and get stoned". This makes us really excited for Record 2! FGL has been saying on Twitter that's it's going to be big party, and they always live up to their promises! Read the full article below.

Thanks to FGL Fanatics on Facebook for the heads up.


Brian Kelley of Florida Georgia Line sits in a Nashville recording studio, wearing a Bob Marley tank top and backward "FGL" baseball hat. He's beaming as producer Joey Moi (Nickelback) cues up a new song called "Sun Daze." Soon, "All I want to do today is wear my favourite shades and get stoned," blasts from the stereo.

"I woke up that morning and literrally wrote that in my phone," says Kelley. "We'll probably have to come up with a different word [than "stoned"] for the radio edit," adds his FGL partner Tyler Hubbard, nursing a hangover from a day of "fishing, cooking out, and drinking too much wine."

Feel-good anthems are nothing new for these guys, who went double-platinum with their 2012 album, Here's to the Good Times. They further those get-your-shine-on vibes on their upcoming second LP (due this fall). Other songs in contention include the hipshaker "Smile" and "Smoke," a puff of bonfire nostalgia.

But Hubbard and Kelley say they're not trying to Xerox their debut. "It's the continuation," says Kelley. "It's going to sound a little different." The first single "Dirt" is a poignant ballad that impressed even "bro-country" haters and sold nearly 200,000 downloads in its first week.

Not that Hubbard and Kelley are fazed by the "bro-country" label. "No," says Hubbard. "We're not offended by all the fans showing up and having a good time at our show," adds Kelley.




There's still tons of time to be a part of our fan project for Brian and Tyler, but why wait? Submit now and have your message included towards the front of the book where its more likely to be seen!

This fanbook will include messages from YOU, their biggest fans! We will be giving it to them in October, and want to make it a huge success. Please go HERE for everything that you need to know and how to submit your message.

Please spread the word to your FGL friends! If you have any questions, just comment on this post!


Florida Georgia Line have partnered up with Habitat for Humanity to launch their Dirt Campaign.

FGL is encouraging their fans to donate to the cause. As an extra incentive, campaign supporters will be entered for a chance to win a trip for two on FGL's This Is How We Cruise aboard the Norwegian Pearl, setting sail from Miami on Nov. 8.

If you donate within the next 24 hours, you are entered to win signed t-shirts for you and 5 friends!

Click here to donate and get some cool rewards!



The boys talk about the "Can't Afford Not To" clothing brand and some possible cologne or jewelry lines.


Florida Georgia Line have covered Motley Crue's "If I Die Tomorrow" for the upcoming "Nashville Outlaws: A Tribute to Motley Crue" album and you can purchase the amazing song now on iTunes! The whole album comes out August 19. What do y'all think of it?

If I Die Tomorrow - Motley Crue

I wake up to find myself
After all these years
And where all the time has gone
Still seems so unclear
Cause there's no one else
Since I found you
I know it's been so hard
Girl you should know

If I die tomorrow
As the minutes fade away
I can't remember
Have I said all I can say?
You're my everything
You make me feel so alive
If I die tomorrow

It brings out the worst in me
When you're not around
And I miss the sound of your voice
The silence is so loud
Cause there's no one else
Since I found you
I know it's been so hard
Girl you should know


I spent all my life
Looking for our innocence
I've got nothing to lose
One thing to prove
I won't make the same mistakes
Now I know
That everything will be ok
When I die tomorrow

If I die tomorrow
As the minutes fade away
I can't remember
Have I said all I can say?
You're my everything
You make me feel so alive
You're my everything
You make me feel so alive
If I die tomorrow yeah
If I die tomorrow yeah


For the past few months, Animal Planet's "Treehouse Masters" has been bulding a three-storey treehouse on Brian Kelley's property. The episode will air on August 15, but we have a preview to read below.

Brian Kelley - a Southern gentleman who just happens to be half of superstar country-pop sensation Florida Georgia Line - is dreaming of a treehouse that he can “cruise” to with his gorgeous new wife in their home outside of Nashville. It is a three story whimsical, speakeasy-themed creative space built at the edge of a ravine below their home, perched in two strong oaks and a hickory tree. A sky-high bridge attached to their front porch floats through the tree branches to the second story of the treehouse, allowing the couple to easily access their private refuge. Pete incorporates wood from a treehouse that Brian's father built for him as a boy, a bedroom, office, writing room, and a fantastic music-recording studio decorated with Guatemalan fabrics and vintage light bulbs. And, Pete creates a play-space designed specifically for the couple’s pet sugar glider possums. Facing huge building challenges from the steep terrain, Pete and team are determined to succeed so that Brian can have the perfect venue to channel his creativity into many more chart-topping country sensations!


Florida Georgia Line have been busy performing across the USA on Jason Aldean's "Burn It Down" Tour and summer festivals.

Pittsburgh, Washington, Cincinnati and Darien Lake "Burn It Down" photos:

Country Explosion (Salt Lake City), Country Fest (Cadott, WI), Country USA (Oshkosh, WI) photos:


Florida Georgia Line Find Inspiration for New Album Via 'Reminiscing'
Duo recall whirlwind past two years while recording in the studio

As Florida Georgia Line hunker down in Nashville to finish the follow-up to their double platinum debut, Here's to the Good Times, Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley have finally found some time to look back on their meteoric rise as country music's hottest duo. In the process, they've found inspiration for their new batch of songs.

"It's been a hell of a ride. The past couple years we're able to start seeing them clearly now. It all happened so fast, and it's cool to start reminiscing and looking back at some pictures," Kelley tells Rolling Stone Country. "That's also affected the album: reminiscing and looking at all the good times that Here's to the Good Times allowed us to have."

With a number of songs in contention for the final track list - the duo estimate they have written or co-written about half of the tracks on the as-yet-untitled album - Hubbard and Kelley, along with producer Joey Moi, are weighing which will make the cut. It's an often difficult process, Hubbard shares.

"Honestly, it's hard to pick one I'm more pumped about than the next," he says of the songs. "All of them have their own flavor, their own taste, and all serve their purpose. They fit their slot on the record and it's fun to listen to all the songs and not want to skip one. That's one of our goals when we're recording - slam an album full of singles and make people want to listen to every song."

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