Sure, they're great onstage and all, but can anyone celebrate Halloween quite like country stars? From sexy to scary, sometimes hilarious and sometimes adorable, these singers know how to pick costumes.
Florida Georgia Line are called overnight successes, but in reality their work together began three years before 'Cruise' hit radio. For a long time Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard struggled with what to call their duo, and the name they stuck with was not their first choice.
Florida Georgia Line seemingly came out of nowhere when 'Cruise' became a radio hit in 2012. Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard exploded onto the scene and were quickly rubbing elbows with Luke Bryan and rapper Nelly. But overnight success? Hardly. Find out the unlikely place these two got their start in this edition of 'You Think You Know Country.'
Tuesday (Sept. 2) was a big day for Florida Georgia Line fans. The duo performed at Nashville's local club Exit/In as part of the new CMT series 'Instant Jam,' debuting their brand-new song 'Sun Daze,' from their upcoming new album 'Anything Goes.'
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