Florida Georgia Line is a duo of Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley. The unique style of the band is due to their unusual mix of hip hop, pop and of course county. It’s a new word in country music, and the band’s innovative activity is far from end. The group became popular in 2012 when they released their top hit Smash that helped them to fix their place in the country music world. After that, their career went up, bringing three awards as the Duo of the Year.
The next years were the time of even more success. Florida Georgia Line sell millions of copies of their CDs all over the globe, their singles immediately become gold if not platinum, and the tickets to Florida Georgia Line concerts are also sold in hundreds of thousands. All this brought them bright superstar lives but not for long. They both got married successfully, Kelley in 2013 and Hubbard in 2015, and family life seems to be more important that afterparties and hanging out. The change in the lifestyle is noticeable through the music also. Besides, that change gave the musicians good experience of growth – again something to sing about. This transformation from boys to men is well seen in the Dig Your Roots.
The musicians of Florida Georgia Line believe that the power of music can not be underestimated and try to show it in their art. Their aim is to be universal artists that can write a song about anything: a party song, a road song or a song that makes you cry. They are also putting lots of morals and family values in their lyrics.
Florida Georgia Line tour 2017 is on now. The Florida Georgia Line tour dates are from now on till the 21 of October. The Florida Georgia Line concert schedule embraces the USA only with the band coming to a number of states such as New York, Ohio, Illinois, California, Arkansas, Utah and many other. Florida Georgia Line events will take place in Denver, Seattle, Portland, Jacksonville, Salt Lake City, Phoenix, San Diego. Florida Georgia Line tickets 2017 are available online.
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