|Other Tour Dates (3)|
|Jun 19||2016 Buckeye Country Superfest - Sunday||Ohio Stadium Columbus, Ohio||Find Tickets|
|Jul 23||Great Jones County fair feat. Florida Georgia Line with Cole Swindell||Jones County Fair Monticello, Iowa||Find Tickets|
|Jul 30||Florida Georgia Line & Cole Swindell||Cheyenne Frontier Park Cheyenne, Wyoming||Find Tickets|
Guitarists Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley met at Belmont University in Nashville and the rest, as they say, is history. After much crafting and collaborating, the duo released their debut EP, Anything Like Me in late 2010. Performing under the now infamous moniker of Florida Georgia Line, the album was crafted independently and showcased their raw, natural talent. While the album didn't immediately launch them into stardom, their song "Black Tears" was used by Jason Aldean on his 2012 album, Night Train, with writing credit going to Tyler.
Another EP, It'z Just What We Do, which featured the tracks "Cruise" and "Get Your Shine On". These tracks would eventually make it onto their debut full-length album, Here's to the Good Times, which made Florida Georgia Line a household name in country music. The album shot to the top of the Billboard Country Charts and went platinum in both the US and Canada. It also made Kelley and Hubbard sought-after commodities on the country festival circuit.
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