Florida Georgia Line

The Mason-Dixon line is probably the most famous line in American geography. But if the popularity of this U.S. country pop duo continues to climb their name might soon supplant it. While they’re based in Nashville, one of the dudes (Brian Kelley) hails from Florida originally while the other dude (Tyler Hubbard) is from Georgia — which explains where they got their name from, I imagine.

Saturday Florida Georgia Line are in town to play a show at Brandt Centre. Sharing the bill are Dallas Smith and Chris Lane. Tickets are $39-$59 and the first note should sound around 7:30 p.m. To close, here’s the video for FGL’s single “Cruise” which comes with a bikini alert:

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3 thoughts on “Florida Georgia Line”

  1. That has to be one of the worst things I’ve ever heard. Computerized pitch-correction is always awful, but in a country song it’s especially terrible.

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