Florida Georgia Line surprised fans at the 2016 iHeartRadio Music Festival with special guests Florida Georgia Line.
The “Middle of a Memory” singer reached out to his fan about making her dream of meeting him once again come true.
“I would venture to say that at the beginning of this record we literally probably had 50 to 60 songs, maybe more…,” Tyler Hubbard shared.
Here, we go inside the brain trust that has helped to make Florida Georgia Line a household name since “Cruise” propelled them to stardom.
The 2016 CMT Artists of the Year special premieres from Nashville’s Schermerhorn Symphony Center on Oct. 20 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
The duo cooked up some mighty fine hot chicken in the kitchen before blindly trying some home state delicacies in a taste-test game on the show.
The lead single from Dig Your Roots, “H.O.L.Y.”, has also dominated the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart for 17 weeks.
Jason Aldean and his band are back and better than ever on ‘They Don’t Know.’
“I think when we get down to about 20 songs it really becomes difficult,” Hubbard says.
“There’s a ton of history here on Ellis Island. This is our first time here, so it’s really special,” Hubbard tells us.
The nominations for the 50th Annual Country Music Association Awards were announced in Nashville this morning, and as usual – there were more than a few surprises.
Tim McGraw has seen his babies grow up year after year and now his oldest, Gracie, is enjoying her second year of college life.
Florida Georgia Line’s new music video is unlike anything they’ve ever done.
During his set for the popular morning talk show, Aldean busted out his best for tracks like “Night Train,” “Lights Come On,” “When She Says Baby,” and more.
Stopping by the show to promote their anticipated upcoming album, Dig Your Roots, FGL explored their competitive sides as they battled against Fallon and guests Aaron Paul and Tig Notaro for the final beer cup.
As Florida Georgia Line is gearing up to release their third album, it’s time to look back at the phenomenon that kick started their career.
Florida Georgia Line have been promising a more mature sound with their third album Dig Your Roots and the duo more than deliver.
“‘God, Your Mama, and Me’ is just such a well-written song. A song that when we heard it, we fell in love with it,” explained Hubbard about the pop-country collaboration.
“We have to thank them for a lot of inspiration and a lot of creative freedom,” FGL’s Tyler Hubbard says of their wives.