Florida Georgia Line-Inspired ‘May We All’ Musical to Feature Big Stars

Brian Kelley's 'Country-Music Musical' will premiere in Nashville this June!

Written by Chris Parton
Florida Georgia Line-Inspired ‘May We All’ Musical to Feature Big Stars
May We All Musical Art; Courtesy of Lively McCabe Entertainment

One half of Florida Georgia Line is moving ahead with his May We All “country-music musical,” and he’s bringing a long list of stars along with him.

Led by Brian Kelley and his production company CuzBro Productions, in partnership with Lively McCabe Entertainment (Executive Producer Michael Barra), May We All will make its world stage premiere at Nashville’s Tennessee Performing Arts Center June 7 – July 17, 2022, with a rotating lineup of Country music guest artists in the role of “Bailey Stone.”

According to Kelley’s team, Alana Springsteen, Alexandra Kay, BRELAND, Canaan Smith, Caleb Lee Hutchinson, Chris Ruediger, Cooper Alan, Danielle Bradbery, Jamie O’Neal, Lainey Wilson, Lindsay Ell, LOCASH, Nick Fradiani, Scarlett Burke, Thomas Mac, Tigirlily, Trent Harmon and Kelly himself are all expected to appear, and many more could join later. A new video showing how the theatrical play is coming along introduces the cast and some background on the fictional town of Harmony, Tennessee, as Kelley prepares for another creative milestone.

“I’ve been dreaming and scheming on a musical for a while now, and for May We All to debut in Nashville next June is so surreal,” Kelley says, adding, “It wouldn’t be a Country music party without some special guests and surprises. I’m thrilled to welcome my friends and fellow artists to the cast, and can’t wait to see what each one brings to the character of ‘Bailey Stone.’”

Executive Producer Michael Barra adds, “From the very beginning, we created the role of ‘Bailey Stone’ to be played by a different guest artist at every performance in Nashville. We’re already blown away by the caliber of talent and are looking forward to making these special guest moments fun for both the artist and the audience.”

In previous announcements about the musical, May We All is described as the story of hopeful country artist, Jenna Coates, “a small-town girl whose big-city singing career is over before it even begins, and how she returns to the people and the places of her past to find a path to the future.”

It features a musical score filled with big named country artists and two original songs co-written by FGL’s Kelly and Tyler Hubbard, and the team also plan to release a book and movie. “May We All” is loosely inspired by the 2016 Florida Georgia Line hit of the same name, which featured Tim McGraw.

Tickets for the debut May We All performances go on sale to the general public beginning at 10 a.m. CT this Friday (October 29), via TPAC.org.