Love them or hate them, one thing is for certain: the men of Florida Georgia Line are bros 'til the end. And Tyler Hubbard didn't think twice about defending Brian Kelley when a hater on Instagram told him to consider cutting BK from the duo.
Respected songwriter Charlie Robison may not have been looking to start a feud with country duo Florida Georgia Line, but his comments about country radio and a statement made by a top label executive were sure to draw a response.
Florida Georgia Line’s “Sippin’ on Fire” will make fans who miss the duo’s in-your-face sound happy. The mid-tempo love song comes with Joey Moi’s signature production and Tyler Hubbard’s signature vocals.
Country superstar Luke Bryan is at it again, hitting the road to entertain fans all over the world. And per ususal, he is taking a few friends out on the road with him. Randy Houser, Dustin Lynch, Florida-Georgia Line, and Thomas Rhett are all slated to appear at dates on the tour, with stadium shows potentially seeing all of them under one roof.
Florida Georgia Line are one of the most popular acts in country music, which means that there's almost always chatter going on about the duo. But when it comes to negative comments and critics, Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard are taking a cue from Taylor Swift and shaking it off.
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