Tyler joined good friend Russell Dickerson on stage during CMA week in Nashville last week to sing "That's My Girl". The song is featured on Russell's album "Die to Live Again" and is written by Tyler and Brian!
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There has been quite a bit of backlash lately on artists like Florida Georgia Line, Jason Aldean, and Luke Bryan for their "bro country" style of music. Some members of the public are quickly becoming disheartened with the direction that country is taking; mixing rap beats and undertones with country lyrics.
We finally came across a recent article that allowed Tyler and Brian to express their thoughts on the idea of "bro country" and where they are taking country music.
"The genre "Bro-Country" has become the unofficial term to describe the whiskey-drinking, pickup-truck-driving, cutoff-shorts-wearing country anthems that currently rule the radio.
Whether it's a term of endearment or criticism, there's no doubt that Florida Georgia Line counterparts Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard have become the poster boys of the party.
The multiplatinum duo will crash a sold-out Parkview Field on Thursday with their "This Is How We Roll" baseball park tour featuring rapper Nelly and Chris Lane, who is currently recording his first album with producer Joey Moi, a driving force behind the success of Florida Georgia Line's 2012 debut album, "Here's to the Good Times."
"Country music is lifestyle - it's about life," Kelley said from his home in Nashville. "You can't fit 30 songs on an album, so you just put the best ones on there that make sense, that tell a story about where you're at in your life. That's what ‘Here's To The Good Times' was about."
As some of you probably know, the first single from Florida Georgia Line's highly anticipated second album is called "Dirt", and the boys tweeted saying that they are shooting a music video for it TODAY! There is no official release date for the song, video, or album yet, but get excited because new music is on its way!
Keith Urban has announced he will be hosting a radio special to celebrate the Fourth of July. Read more below.
KEITH URBAN, JERROD NIEMANN, and BRETT ELDREDGE will co-host a four-hour INDEPENDENCE DAY radio special, currently offered to stations via WESTWOODONE.
"RAISE 'EM UP TO THE USA" will feature stories and music from guests such as FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE, LUKE BRYAN, MIRANDA LAMBERT, CARRIE UNDERWOOD, LADY ANTEBELLUM, and more. Additionally, URBAN will take listeners on an exclusive behind-the-scenes preview of his new "RAISE 'EM UP TOUR" with NIEMANN and ELDREDGE.
Prior to performing at the CMA Fest on Saturday, Brian and Tyler answered some great new questions in the CMA Music Fest Press Room. They touch on their Ballpark Stadium Tour with Nelly, possible collaborations on the new album, their "can't afford not to" lifestyle, getting new tattoos, and where they are taking country music.