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About Florida Georgia Line

American country music duo Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley met at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, in 2008 and officially formed Florida Georgia Line two years later. Hubbard, of Monroe, Georgia, and Kelley, of Ormond Beach, Florida, both got their start in the music world through their church worship services. As a church worship leader, Hubbard actually formed his own hip hop group during called the Ingenious Circuit. Upon graduating from Belmont University, the best friends gave themselves two years to sink or swim as a country duo. Working independently, their first extended play "Anything Like Me" was released in 2010. At a country fair, they were discovered by the producer of Nickelback, Joey Moi, who began collaborating in the studio with them. However, it wasn't until 2012 that the duo really broke into the country music scene. As they began to open for well-known country artists such as Jake Owen, Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean and Dierks Bentley, Florida Georgia Line tickets became hard to score.

Florida Georgia Line's biggest hit, "Cruise," was the driving force behind the duo's success and eventually became the biggest single of all time. The song spent 24 weeks in the No. 1 spot on the charts. Cheap tickets were quickly hard to come by with the release of hits such as "Get Your Shine On," "This is How We Roll," and "Round Here." In 2013, the duo won the award for New Artist of the Year at the Academy of Country Music Awards, and in 2014 they were named Vocal Duo of the Year at the Country Music Association Awards. They won the same nod from both organizations, Vocal Duo of the Year, the following year as well.

During the early years with producer Moi, their sound was in fact influenced by Nickelback as well as Shinedown and Three Days Grace. Growing up with interests in everyone from Garth Brooks to Eminem, the duo now aims to break the mold. Considering themselves the rule breakers in country music, similar to legends Johnny Cash, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Alabama and Waylon Jennings, Florida Georgia Line has burst onto the scene with fresh, original music. "Anything goes," Hubbard has said. "It says it all. No boundaries, no genre, no rules." In addition to supporting several big-name country artists over the years, Florida Georgia Line headlined the Here's to the Good Times Tour (2013-2014) as well as the Anything Goes Tour in 2015. It's always a party when best friends Hubbard and Kelley hit the stage, belting out their laid back, soulful music. The duo recently announced their 2016 tour dates will bring them across the U.S. as well as to Australia and Canada, so be sure to get your Florida Georgia Line cheap tickets while you can!

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