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Jun 12

Florida Georgia Line Looks Forward to Settling Down – Someday

Florida Georgia Line

Florida Georgia Line photo courtesy of Big Machine Label Group.

Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard are both single guys and while they’ve been spending a lot of time on the road with artists like Luke Bryan and Jake Owen who balance successful marriages and fatherhood with demanding careers, they aren’t in any hurry to settle down. The only “babies” they are worried about right now are their songs.

“I think we both look forward to getting married one day and having kids,” Brian said. “But right now, we’re so focused on FGL and where we wanna get and where we wanna be, that we don’t have any time for that right now.”

Photos of Florida Georgia Line from the CMA Music Festival >>

They both look forward to a time down the road when they will have families of their own. For now though, music is their top priority.

“We don’t even have time to have a dog, so to make that commitment to being married and to have a kid, I think it’s a huge responsibility,” Brian said. “When God says the time’s right it’ll definitely happen. But we’re just enjoying this time of being young and free, and a little wild in there too.”

The duo’s latest single, “Round Here,” is at radio now. Watch the video HERE >>

If you ARE settling down and looking for the perfect country song for your ceremony, watch our wedding special this weekend, hosted by GAC’s Nan Kelley and her husband, Charlie! Top 20 Wedding Songs premieres Saturday, June 15 at 2p/1c and airs again Sunday, June 16 at 8/7c. Plus, don’t forget to share your wedding photos with us HERE!

 

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Posted at 10:55 am, June 12, 2013 | Permalink

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