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Florida Georgia Line

Genre: Country, Folk music

Tracks:  Meant To Be, Cruise, This is How We Roll,  Simple, Up Down

Florida Georgia Line

Over the last decade, country music duo, Florida Georgia Line have anchored themselves as champions of the country music scene. In 2008, at Belmont University, Nashville, Tennessee, college seniors, Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley bonded over a love for country music. After graduation, the pair decided to hit the road, travelling across the country, performing their music, and making fans along the way.


Hubbard and Kelley named their group after the boundary line that separated their states, Hubbard from Georgia and  Kelley from Florida. The duo, as independent artists, released their first digital EP, Anything Like Me, in 2010. Soon after, Nickelback producer, Joey Moi discovered them.  Along with Moi, they recorded their second EP, It’z Just What We Do in 2012. Its opening track, Cruise became their first hit, earning them several nominations and awards in 2013 including the Breakthrough Video of The Year by the CMT Music Awards. The song remains one of their most popular songs to date. The remix with Nelly peaked at no. 4 in July 2013 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart.

Since the release of their debut studio album, in the same year, Here’s to The Good Times, the pair have released four more studio albums.  Their musical style has been described as bad-boy country. In 2017, they saw their first crossover into mainstream pop music. The pair featured on pop star, Bebe Rexha’s single, Meant to Be off her third EP. The song currently has over 1 billion streams, making it the duo's most popular song. It also marks their highest peak entry on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart at number 2 in March 2018. They also collaborated with Justin Bieber on the country remix of his song, Yummy in 2020.


Nothing has changed since Florida Georgia Line started their musical journey on the road. The duo has not shied away from both headlining and supporting concerts and tours. For each album released before 2021, the pair have gone on an accompanying tour eponymously named after the albums. From Australia to Europe and back to America, Hubbard and Kelley have taken and shared American country music across the globe.

Opening for Luke Bryan on his Dirt Road Diaries Tour in 2013 and also supporting him on his 2015 Kick the Dust Tour, the pair have performed as supporting and opening acts on tours for other country artists. The duo were also supporting acts for Taylor Swift on her 2013 Red Tour, Jason Aldean’s 2014 Burn It Down Tour, and more recently, the Chillaxxification Tour with Kenny Chesney in 2020.


As a headliner, their most recent tour was the Can’t Say I Ain’t Country Tour in 2019. The tour’s setlist included the singles from the fourth studio album, Simple and Talk You Out of It, along with the title track, Can't Say I Ain’t Country. The encore part of the tour had a performance of their hit song, This is How We Roll. Other entries on the setlist from their earlier albums were; H.O.L.Y., Anything Goes, and Dirt among others.

In November 2022, after the announcement of their break as a duo, Florida Georgia Line performed for the last time at the Minnesota State Fair. With a final circle prayer with their band and their final Fireball shot ritual, the duo stepped up on stage and bid a fitting temporary farewell to their fans.

Worried you might have missed your last chance to catch Hubbard and Kelley live? Don’t fret. Fans can expect a lot from their solo projects. Both musicians have released two projects, an EP, and a debut studio album. To stay on top of all upcoming performances from the duo, Visit TicketX regularly for the cheapest tickets. TicketX offers you the best ticket-buying experience.

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