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Florida Georgia Line Bio

Ever since bursting onto the national scene in 2012, the country duo Florida Georgia Line has been one of country’s most exciting acts. Their catchy harmonies and relatable lyrics have made them a favorite of country fans, and Florida Georgia Line tickets and copies of their two studio albums are hot sellers all over the country.



The group broke out in 2012 with their monster hit “Cruise,” but the story of country’s hottest group goes back further than that. It starts with Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard, two kids from the South who grew up with a passion for music.

Brian Kelley was born on August 26, 1985 in Ormond Beach, Florida. Tyler Hubbard was born just a couple of years later, on January 31, 1987. The two boys grew up in different states, but they shared some of the same passions. Both played sports – Kelley was a baseball player, and Hubbard played a variety of sports – and both were very religious. Hubbard went to church multiple times a week as a youth, and Kelley was very involved in his own church. Soon, both boys were leading their church services. Though they were living in different states, they already had much in common. In many ways, both boys had typical country upbringings, and the themes of their youth – from dirt biking to serious religious faith – would inform the themes of their songs years later.

Kelley lived near the beach in Florida, and he was introduced to country music by his older sister, who would play tapes in her car as she drove him to the local beach. Hubbard began his music career by making hip-hop beats with his high school friends, but he soon felt that country music called to him more. A state apart, the future bandmates were already starting to sense that their future was in country music. But it wouldn’t be until the two left Florida and Georgia – the two states that would later form the name of their band – that they finally ran into each other.

It wasn’t until 2007 that Hubbard and Kelley finally met. Both boys had graduated from high school by this point, and they had both elected to head to Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. Nashville – the capital of the country music world – was an appropriate place for the two young musicians to meet. In just a half a decade, the two would be country music superstars. For now, though, they were just college kids.

2007 was an emotional year for Hubbard. His father passed away that year in a tragic helicopter accident. But while 2007 held loss, it also held promise for Hubbard’s future. When a mutual friend brought together Hubbard and Kelley in a campus worship group, the two hit it off right away. Their shared faith and love of country music quickly cemented their friendship, and soon the two of them were playing guitar together and writing original music. Florida Georgia Line was born.

Local success came relatively quickly. Florida Georgia Line tickets were selling out in Nashville years before the group would become nationally known. Getting on the radio and into record stores proved a little bit tougher, though. In 2009, the duo decided to step up their game: they went touring around the South, giving fans in other states their first chances to buy Florida Georgia Line tickets. They also headed to the studio, recording an EP called Anything Like Me.

Their hard work paid off. They were soon noticed by producer Joey Moi, who had previously worked with big-name acts like Nickelback. Working with Moi, Florida Georgia Line released their second EP, It’z Just What We Do, in 2012. That EP included the single that would make them famous: “Cruise.”

“Cruise” did well. It got the band airplay on satellite radio and was soon selling well on iTunes. It topped country charts for weeks, and it also enjoyed success on the Billboard Hot 100 – it even cracked the top 20 upon its initial release. A remix version from rapper Nelly got the band into the top 10 for the first time, and then the original recording surged again, peaking at number 4 a remarkable 34 weeks after the original release. The single’s success caught the attention of major labels, and soon Florida Georgia Line had their first major-label recording deal. They inked an agreement with Republic Nashville in 2012.

Florida Georgia Line’s first major-label release was Here’s to the Good Times, which included the five tracks from their EP as well as six new songs. Here’s to the Good Times was released in 2013 and met with immediate success, going platinum twice over. Later that year, the band released a deluxe edition of the album with new tracks, including “This Is How We Roll,” featuring country superstar Luke Bryan. The collaborative track reached number one on Billboard’s country chart.

Florida Georgia Line had gotten their first taste of the big time, and they immediately set out on tour. They supported Luke Bryan on their first big tour as a major-label act. Soon, they’d be headlining their own tours – but first, they needed to prove that they could make a second successful album.

By 2014, the group was back in the studio. They recorded their second studio album, Anything Goes, and released it late in 2014. They had another hit on their hands: the album went Gold. The first single off of Anything Goes, “Dirt,” hit number one on the country and country airplay charts.

Florida Georgia Line went out on tour again – this time as a headliner. Fans around the country could buy Florida Georgia Line tickets and see the duo as the main attraction. Now, in the mid-2010s, the group is at the height of their powers, playing sold-out shows and riding the sales of their two hit albums.

In many ways, though, Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard haven’t changed – they’re still the two kids who loved God and country music. Kelley got married in 2013, and Hubbard in 2015. Both still enjoy sports and focus on their faith. And both, of course, still play guitar, write songs, and make great country music. The only difference now is that fans across the country get to listen.

Top 3 Florida Georgia Line Tracks:

Hell Raisin' Heat Of The Summer
Tip It Back
Backwoods Beauty Queen

Florida Georgia Line Albums

Anything Goes
  • Anything Goes
  • Sun Daze
  • Good Good
  • Dirt
  • Smile
  • Sippin' on Fire
  • Smoke
  • Bumpin' the Night
  • Angel
  • Confession
  • Like You Ain't Even Gone
  • Every Night
Here's to the Good Times
  • Cruise
  • Round Here
  • Get Your Shine On
  • Here's to the Good Times
  • It'z Just What We Do
  • Stay (Black Stone Cherry cover)
  • Hell Raisin' Heat of the Summer
  • Tell Me How You Like It
  • Tip It Back
  • Dayum, Baby (featuring Sarah Buxton)
  • Party People
  • 40:00

Florida Georgia Line Members

  • Tyler Hubbard
  • Brian Kelley

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Florida Georgia Line Ticket Prices

Average:

Low: $17.00

High: $355.00

Cheap Florida Georgia Line Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$12.00 Florida Georgia Line with Thomas Rhett and Frankie Ballard — 10/03/2015
Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre CA; Chula Vista, CA
$12.00 Florida Georgia Line with Thomas Rhett and Frankie Ballard — 08/21/2015
Austin360 Amphitheater; Austin, TX
$12.00 Florida Georgia Line with Thomas Rhett and Frankie Ballard — 09/10/2015
PNC Bank Arts Center; Holmdel, NJ
$15.00 Florida Georgia Line with Thomas Rhett and Frankie Ballard — 08/22/2015
Gexa Energy Pavilion; Dallas, TX
$17.00 Florida Georgia Line — 09/11/2016
Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater at Virginia Beach; Virginia Beach, VA
$18.00 Florida Georgia Line with Thomas Rhett and Frankie Ballard — 08/27/2015
Rabobank Arena Theater and Convention Center; Bakersfield, CA
$19.00 Florida Georgia Line — 05/20/2016
Bismarck Civic Center; Bismarck, ND
$24.00 All For The Hall: Keith Urban and Vince Gill — 04/12/2016
Bridgestone Arena; Nashville, TN
$27.00 Florida Georgia Line with Thomas Rhett and Frankie Ballard — 05/01/2015
Charleston Civic Center; Charleston, WV
$30.00 Jason Aldean with Florida Georgia Line and Tyler Farr — 10/23/2014
Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion; The Woodlands, TX

Best and Most Expensive Florida Georgia Line Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$634.00Route 91 Harvest Festival - 3 Day Pass — 10/02/2015
MGM Resorts Village; Las Vegas, NV
$355.00Florida Georgia Line — 07/16/2016
Jiffy Lube Live; Bristow, VA
$310.00Windy City LakeShake — 06/19/2015
FirstMerit Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island (formerly Charter One Pavilion); Chicago, IL
$294.00Florida Georgia Line — 03/28/2015
Morongo Casino Resort and Spa; Cabazon, CA
$274.00Delaware Junction Festival - 3 Day Pass — 08/07/2015
Delaware State Fair; Harrington, DE
$273.00Windy City LakeShake — 06/21/2015
FirstMerit Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island (formerly Charter One Pavilion); Chicago, IL
$249.00Florida Georgia Line — 07/30/2016
Cheyenne Frontier Days - Frontier Park; Cheyenne, WY
$225.002015 Megaticket — 11/14/2015
Xfinity Center; Mansfield, MA
$217.00Florida Georgia Line with Thomas Rhett and Frankie Ballard — 05/30/2015
Oak Mountain Amphitheatre; Birmingham, AL
$203.00Jason Aldean with Florida Georgia Line and Tyler Farr — 10/09/2014
Louis J Tullio Arena; Erie, PA
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