Florida Georgia Line
“Like we say in the chorus, literally all we’re good for is getting in your truck and saying absolutely nothing,” Tae Dye tells Radio.com. “As you can tell, Maddie and I have a lot to say, so that doesn’t really work for us.”
Luke Bryan and Florida Georgia Line lead the list of nominations for the first-ever American Country Countdown Awards.
The pair open on a familiar scene: a re-enactment of the events in that great commentary on being a corporate drone, ‘Office Space.’
Florida Georgia Line can now add No. 1 album to their resume.
When it came to working on their sophomore album ‘Anything Goes,’ Florida Georgia Line knew exactly what they were going for. “We’re country to the core but we like to incorporate our influences, have a good time and keep it fresh.”
In honor of their new album ‘Anything Goes,’ which drops Tuesday, Florida Georgia Line is our Impact artist this week.
With the Grand Ole Opry about to turn 89, we asked Florida Georgia Line, Martina McBride, Lee Brice and many others if they felt it still resonated with today’s young artists and fans.
“Dance for Me” is an energetic track that has Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard asking a girl to dance for them out in the moonlight under the stars beside a dirt road.
Florida Georgia Line are just days away from releasing their sophomore album “Anything Goes.” And what better way to celebrate than with a tour announcement?
Florida Georgia Line are giving fans plenty of music to preview before their sophomore album Anything Goes drops on Oct. 14.