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Oct 11

Florida Georgia Line Used to Daydream About Music Row

Florida Georgia Line

Florida Georgia Line photo by Kristin Barlowe, courtesy of BMLG.

Not too long ago, Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley were students at Belmont University in Nashville with dreams of making it big in the music business. They spent a lot of their time on campus daydreaming about the success they are seeing now.

“I remember looking at Music Row and thinking, ‘Man, I wonder how you get in those publishing houses?  How do you start in the music industry?’” Tyler said. “It’s funny, there’s not really an equation to it. We did a lot of networking at Belmont and met a lot of cool people and things just really started rolling.”  

Both Tyler and Brian are extremely grateful for the success they are enjoying now. Their first three singles each reached No. 1 and their latest release, “Stay,” is already climbing the charts.

“To be where we are at now, it’s truly a dream come true,” Tyler said. “It’s something that we’ve thought about for years. To be here is really surreal and pretty wild. It feels like home now, feels like family and it feels like this is where we’re supposed to be so it’s cool.”

Florida Georgia Line is currently headlining their Here’s To The Good Times Tour. They will release Here’s To The Good Times… This Is How We Roll, a deluxe version of their debut album, on November 25.


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